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Un bijou !!! 🙂
🙂 Merci bien Julie 🙂
Very nice structural detail. Perfect in B&W.
lovely detail 🙂
Stunning shot. You don’t set the bar, you raise it.
Thanks a bunch, Alex 🙂
I feel, black and white is a powerful medium to highlight structural details, not much distraction here 🙂
No, no distraction – you are right Sreejith 🙂
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I love the sharpness and the crop of this photo Paula. The tower itself is so famous that one instantly knows which tower it is, even when we just see a small part of it like here. Great post!
Thank you very much, Max. There was no cropping here 🙂
I always (almost always) crop my photos in camera too.
You were in Blackpool again! (bad joke 😦 )
Love the detail, Paula. Crisp yet inviting.
😀 yes, Sundays are usually B&W here 😉
Beautiful Paula! The details work perfectly in B&W.
The repeating detail in this shot is such a stand-out. Love the awesome perspective Paula!
never seen a close up of the Eiffel Tower before! love it!
I particolari in bianco e nero, danno un aspetto tecnico incredibile!
Mai visto niente di simile…
😉 sei troppo gentile Anna 🙂
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I of course love this shot of the Eiffel tower Paula 🙂
Hope you like mine: http://collinesblog.wordpress.com/2014/03/23/unused-playground/
Oh, I do like it A LOT 🙂 I appreciate your lovely contribution, Colline. Are your holidays over now?
Very well done! Love all the detail and unique framing.
Thanks a bunch Jeff 🙂
I like. Even with a detail shot like yours, we automatically know which “tower” this is. Great!
Stunning detail and shot Paula. 😀
Great detail and toning! Original composition too.
Have a good week, greetings,Ron.
Fantastic processing. Regards.
Very nicely composed, Paula. I really like the idea of showing only a part of this famous structure.
🙂 Thanks a bunch Uday 🙂
Nicely framed, Paula. That portion is enough to appreciate its entirety.
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Love the composition , the perspective , the impact of this photo!
I think that B&W photography always add some more “drama” to the views……
Joli ! 🙂
J’ai visité Paris la semaine passée et je ne savais vraiment pas comment photographier la Tour Eiffel… C’est tellement grand… 😀
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