Paris as seen by a retired Swede.
Some golden pictures from yesterday.
Does the sky there really turn that color? It leaves me speechless...
I particularly like the last photo.
Peter, your photos are like "eye candy" for me, and I am hooked. is the equestrian statue of Jeanne d'Arc?
Heureusement tout ce qui brille n'est pas d'or! Mais c'est beau!
The photo of Place de la Concorde is so beutiful! That is one of my favorite places in Paris beside Jardin de Luxembourg. Your photo makes me wish my return trip was sooner than next spring.
la derniere photo est magnifique. la ville de Paris est donc tres riche, il suffit de faire fondre tout cela ;))
Of course I love them all and think I can name most, but the last one made me SWWWOOOOOOONNNN! :)Knocked my socks off Peter. :)V
Nice gold Peter. New Orleans has the same Joan of Arc statue as Paris, and it is golden too.
Ahhhh! Look at that. You captured all those gold tones visible in Paris so wonderfully. I'm with the others who are impressed by the light in the last one. Nice work, Peter!Hope all is well with you!Karin
Quite a study. It made me think of James Bond's Goldfinger, and the woman in it painted in gold, and of Diane Poitier who supposedly drank gold for some reason! Very beautiful to see so many samples of gold collected in one spot! Supposedly still going up in value.
oh, beautiful Paris!
What a lovely collection of golden shots!
This set of pictures is a treasure, the first composition is awesome withe the gate and we can see the building with the Franch flag, I'm also enchanted by the perfect blue sky!Love your pictures!Léia
You covered all that ground yesterday? Very nice results anyway!
Cela en jette !Même le ciel est d'or.
Beautiful, I feel all golden and glowing myself now.
Yup! Sure is alot of gold! And the last photo is amazing -- How do Parisians do that? Do they put gold leaf on the sky or is it 48 carat all the way to the stratosphere!
Bleus et ors, une série magnifique à laquelle tu as joint le drapeau tricolore. Mais aurais-je la berlue ? N'y a-t-il pas aussi un avion dans un ciel ? Ce n'est pas un pigeon tout de même ?
The last picture is a heart-breaker!BRAVO
That's why I love PARIS!!! :D
Este articulo pone de manifiesto su virtuosidad!Saludos desde mi paraiso tropical.
J'aime bien les grilles avec les pointes dorées. Cela se fait encore à la main, avec des feuilles d'or très fines.
Et personne ne va gratter!
Wow! Truly gold!
Hi Peter!you could go to metro : "Porte Dorée"!!(nice Art deco Paul Reynaud 's salon in the museum)I think it's called Porte Dorée(golden) because it was " la porte à l'orée du bois"(at the edge of the wood/threshold of the wood).Congratulations for your blog!Anne
This reminds me of a poem by Thomas HoodGold! Gold! Gold! Gold!Bright and yellow, hard and coldMolten, graven, hammered and rolled,Heavy to get and light to hold,Hoarded, bartered, bought and sold,Stolen, borrowed, squandered, doled,Spurned by young, but hung by oldTo the verge of a church yard mold;Price of many a crime untold.Great shots Peter!
Ouah, tout ce ciel bleu, cette lumière sur les monuments parisiens, c'est trop beau ! Et le ciel qui vire à l'or sur l'obélisque... magique !Pourvu que ça continue jusqu'à dimanche.
Such lovely photos...and the golden sky in the last one is just divine.Also enjoyed your post - Montmartre in the evening.
très bel effet, cette photo à l'éclairage(soleil couchant)derrière l'arc de triomphe.
The gold details are so beautiful and the blue sky is gorgeous... You have a nice Spring already, while here we got big snow flurries today!Enjoy your nice weather Peter!
Peter:All gorgeous, but you got us all on the last photo, charming us as a moth to a flame as the liquid gold makes its way onward filling the sky.joanny
My photos from Tuesday evening also have that wonderful golden color ... It was a wonderful photo shoot. Thank you for sharing your Paris with us. A la prochaine.
J'aime beaucoup cette idee de dorures diverses et variees!!Pourrais tu nous envoyer un peu de soleil!!!
My warm wishes of a super Happy Birthday, Peter!
Brilliant!! The last one is awesome!!
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