Looking for meanings in words, images and sounds
Stunning image, well captured. I really like the unorthodox angle of this shot, 🙂
🙂 It is very nice to hear this Ed 🙂 Thank you 🙂
Si, mi piace molto!
🙂 Un abbraccio, Anna.
Great shot and capture Paula! Loved it! Thanks so much for taking part and for sharing hon. Much appreciated. 😀 *hugs*
Thank you for giving me the opportunity to pick the theme :D. Big hugs to you, my dear 🙂
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THANK YOU 😀
WOW! Beautiful shot..:-)
So happy you like it, Ed 🙂
Yes, it is 🙂
Great shot – you really captured the impression of dominance in this photo. Something you don’t get from conventional angles 🙂
Thank you Ruby 🙂 🙂
magnificent! horseman on the right look ready to charge 😀
Yup, that caught my eye too 🙂 Thank you :)))
Genial Paula!!!! Un punto de vista precioso y poco utilizado!!!
Que alegria me das con tu comentario Ilargia. Estoy tentando de contestar y ver los blogs lo que no hice por algunas semanas y me gustaria hacer todo de una vez. Te digo esto para explicarte que me gustaria visitarte mas en seguido….. Gracias 🙂
No te preocupes!!! 🙂 Muchas gracias!!
Wow this is some building… most impressive photo…
🙂 cheers Bulldog 🙂
Nice one Paula. Love the atmosphere you have created with the clouds appearing over the church and using black and white.
Magnificent building. The clouds are dramatic. Great upward shot, Paula!
I have dreamed of visiting it for decades Amy 🙂 You can’t imagine how happy I was when I finally got there. Glad you like the pic 🙂
Wow, Paula, Sacre Coeur is on the move in this great shot with the warrior on the horse leading the charge! I feel so tiny, and vulnerable!
🙂 I have to admit Patti, I am happy with how this turned out. Your compliment is appreciated more than you will know 🙂
Amazing shot! I love B&W.
Many thanks Ardun 🙂
This is full of movement and drama, I love it 🙂
Thank you Seoanid 🙂
Bardzo lubię wokal Lary Fabian.
Dziękuję za doznania…
Serdeczności Paulo 🙂
You are right, Rena. Lara Fabian has a great powerful voice. I am happy you like the photo too 🙂 I am sorry for writing into English, but I hate using translating tools to express myself if I don’t know language at all 😉
Gorgeous sky, Paula. You shot that so well. And good detail; every brick. The place looks tremendously majestic.
I am so grateful for your comment Allan 🙂 The secret may be in the fact that I have dreamt of this basilica for decades before I had the chance to visit it 🙂 and then I only had to do is to adjust what I saw to what I had dreamed of :). I always appreciate your comments and reviews. Thank you.
Another fantastic B/W photo from you Paula! I love the drama in this scene.
Takk tusen takk CG 😀
Is this photo shot during you recent holiday?
This is a photo of Sacre Coeur basilica in Paris, my before last holiday from May 🙂
It’s really nice how the clouds add drama to this magnificent piece of architecture.
Thank you Max, I really love your comments as you always speak your mind, and never bullshit me :D. Takk my friend xx
Impressive view, very well captured… 😉
In your favourite Parisian neighbourhood 😉
Yeah… 🙂 😉
In company with half a bottle good wine, a fresh sandwich and a cute girl – this is heaven on earth… ‘hahaha’ 😉
You disappoint me .. just half a bottle? 😀
Oooh that’s stunning Paula! Fab angle and great processing 🙂
Oh, and equally dramatic sound accompaniment 🙂
And thank you again 🙂 Do you know Lara Fabian. I rarely listen to her, but this song seemed so fitting 😉
Thank you 🙂
And to think that the Sacre Coeur was once a mountain…
Voici mon article sur le Jura: http://geneticfractals.wordpress.com/2013/07/31/lost-in-the-hills/ GF
🙂 Je ne le savais pas. Je vais a voir ton article sur le Jura maintenant. Merci GF 😀
I really really like this one… great job 🙂
Many thanks my friend 🙂
Oh dear! Too late to wish you happy Tuesday in return. Come to think of it, almost too late for Wednesday. How’s about “have a happy rest of the week, Paula”.
Nice photo 🙂
🙂 Happy Friday, Saturday and Sunday Jo. I wonder what you are up to now? 😀
Watching a TV documentary about the beautiful island of Skye while I reply to comments, Paula, 🙂 Thank you.
You’ve made the building vibrant! Bravo!
🙂 🙂 I am so happy you like it Annie. Hugs 🙂
Wow… great captured, Paula… love it.. 🙂
Have a great weekend.. !!
Great shot. So clear 🙂
Thank you, Suzanne 🙂
Obrigada Nuno 🙂
Perfect! I love the low looking up perspective, the dramatic sky, everything. Very well done, as usual.
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Awesome shot, Paula. Love the perspective and drama … works really well in B&W.
🙂 Thank you. When I shot it in colour I already saw it b&w in my head. I am happy this photo which is one of my favourites is getting such a positive review. *bow*
Très belle photo 🙂 J’aime le chevalier (= knight) à droite de l’image. 🙂
Chevalier est ma point de fuite?
Non, ton point de fuite sur cette photo, c’est la pointe de la plus grosse tour, au milieu de l’image. 🙂
J’aime bien le chevalier, parce qu’il se détache bien du reste du bâtiment grâce au ciel en arrière-plan… 🙂
:O tres bien dit 🙂 MERCI 🙂
J’aime bien parler avec toi, cela développe mon analyse des images. 😀 🙂 Un grand MERCI ! 🙂
Oui, j’ai appris beacoup avec toi aujourd’hui et en plus j’ai rit plus que dans les 20 derniers jours 😀
C’est une bonne nouvelle, je suis ravi 🙂
Vive Internet ! Et les verseaux 😀
Merci petit 🙂 😀
And this time I notice that I like the clouds 🙂 Thank you for your assistance.
Thank you very much Jo. I told you it was better 🙂
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