As part of my Curbstone project I took some curbstone photos with my Voigtlander 15mm lens on a Leica M8. More results can be seen in the Curbstone gallery.

Curbstone photo, Paris

Curbstone near the Louvre, Paris. Click on the photo to enlarge.

In these days of “everything sharp” photos I felt this photo fitted perfectly with the mood I sensed in Paris.

Old Paris

Old Paris. Click on the photo to enlarge.

Part of the Louvre are lots of places where you can just enjoy Paris and look at other people. Le Cafe Marly surely is one of them. To look at the people looking at other people is just as much fun!

Le Café Marly, Louvre, Paris, France

Louvre Cafe, Paris. Click on the photo to enlarge.

Walking along the Seine river I saw this man looking at me. He must have been there for a long time already.

A man in Paris

A man in Paris. Click on the photo to enlarge.

I took two panoramas when I was on the Arc de Triomphe in Paris. This one is taken while looking in the direction of Bois de Boulogne, which you can see if you look down my favorite avenue just right from the middle. The avenue right of that one leads to La Defense with the modern version of the Arc de Triomphe called La Grande Arche.

Eiffel tower and La Defense from Arc de Triomphe, Paris

Eiffel tower and La Defense from Arc de Triomphe. Click on the photo to enlarge.

Another photo from my trip to Paris.

288 Seine and Eiffel tower in the autumn

288. Seine and Eiffel tower in the autumn. Click on the photo to enlarge.

Eglise Saint-Sulpice was near our hotel in Paris and near the Jardin du Luxembourg. Both we visited on the first afternoon we were in Paris last week. Eglise Saint-Sulpice plays an important role in the famous book of Dan Brown, the Da Vinci Code. More photos I made in Paris can be found in my gallery “Paris”.

285 Église Saint-Sulpice, Paris, France

285 Eglise Saint-Sulpice, Paris, France. Click on the photo to enlarge.

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