Looking for meanings in words, images and sounds
This is my entry for A Word a Week Challenge.
Ditto to the above!! Love how you are teasing us with one stunning Paris photo after another 🙂
😀 Thank you Madhu 🙂 You’ve seen right through me .. I am a tease 😀
Reblogged this on fiverrearn.
I read angel at the first glance!:-)
That happens when angels travel and present posts like this… :-)The Eiffel Tower never looked better.
😀 A song by Dido comes to mind “No angel” :D. Thank you my lovely Dina, for calling me one 🙂 ❤
🙂 Have a great Sunday, Jalal 🙂
Thank you dear 🙂
…..alla Tour piu famosa del mondo….
¡Que acierto , Paula!
🙂 mi hai fatto sorridere Anna 🙂
What wonderful angles! And Jacques Brel? Ohhhh la la. I haven’t heard him in a long time.
🙂 I am glad you’ve heard of Brel 🙂 Thank you, Angeline.
This song brings back some memories. Thank you
🙂 welcome 😉
Amazing photo… Happy Sunday, Paula.. 😛
Thank you dear Bams 🙂 and a great week ahead 🙂
Wonderful view Paula!
🙂 Thanks Phil 🙂
Je l’aime. Et la musique aussi. 🙂
Tu es tres charmante 🙂
Enchante. Bon soir, Paula. 🙂
Bon soir 🙂 Tu m’as promis de voir mon video “knobs and knockers”, you naughty one 😀
Heureusement, j’ai oublie! (sorry, don’t have accents, and I’m not sure if that’s correct? It’s a long time since A level French. 🙂
I think you meant to say “malheureusment” as in unfortunately :D. I appreciate the effort as it is bringing me great joy – we have brought our conversation to a new level 😀 merci ma belle!
Quelle horreur! Je m’excuse pour voir “bottoms and bedknobs”??? 🙂
😆 something like that yes 😀
A lot of fond memories, treasures really, come from that tower…Yes, great photo related to the angles challenge.
Thank you, Charlie.. it’s nice to share memories, and to me reminded 🙂
A very good shot. I’d like to see it converted into a duotone with a shade of brown.
Like in this one https://bopaula.wordpress.com/2013/05/11/weekly-photo-challenge-pattern/ ?
Yes, but include the horse statue in it. It’s a very ornate detail that works so well with the tower.
I will try it Allan, thank you for the suggestion. Your views are always so appreciated 🙂
lots of angles there 🙂
🙂 thank you CG, I was fascinated to see the names of then celebrated scientists of France engraved on the tower, which resulted in my choice of the song title – prenoms de paris ;). It is very interesting to photograph, so many angles too many possibilities, shame it is so crowded 😉
Great photo for the challenge, Paula. Love the song. I adore singing with such a wonderful French accent. 🙂
🙂 Brel was Belgian, but I guess he sang without the accent :). I used to adore him when I was 17 – I was very dark and mature back then 😀
I’m a fan!
Of Tour Eiffel or Brel? 😀
les 2!!! 😉
Este angulo me encanta Paula! LLeno de color y luz!!!
Y la canción de Jacques Brel….”Paris que je reviens!!!!” Preciosa frase, todo un grito de júbilo!Acabo de llegar de Burdeos y me encanta volver a escuchar el francés..
Que bueno Ilargia .) Me alegra que te guste.. Tengo mas musica frances en mi blog pero sin palabras.. como en post de patterns y from above weekly challenge 🙂 Besos…
Very well composed. The viewer knows, or at least should know, exactly what they are looking at without the need for yet another shot of the entire Tower. The processing is done quite well too.
🙂 You have reassured me with your detailed review, Jeff. Thank you for having taken a thorough look of it and for your much sought opinion 🙂 (I hope you are well)
And I should add, I took it from the boat trying to excavate crowds of tourists that were pointing their cameras at the same thing 😀
Nice tight framing 🙂
The best I could do from a boat packed with photo-hungry tourists 😉
thats indeed one of the best angles of Eiffel Tower! cheers!
Thank you very much, Sam 🙂
Great angle shot of the Eiffel Tower! Love it, Paula
🙂 xx Thank you, Sweetie
As good as being there, staring in awe!
😀 Thank you so much Patti 🙂
Now that is one place I would sure love to visit one day Paula – Paris! Great angle and shot of the Eiffel Tower! 😀
I hope you’ll get to visit it, Sonel. I was there for a week, and though I saw a lot I still missed to see so many things, not to mention the places outside Paris I would like to see…
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