Saturday, 21 February 2009

Winter trees place Hoche

I loved the shape of those trees on classical Place Hoche.
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J'ai bien aimé la forme des arbres sur la très classique Place Hoche.

9 comments:

Your EG Tour Guide said...

The limbs of the trees are graceful and I like the way you let us see through to the blue door.

Dave-CostaRicaDailyPhoto.com said...

I found you blog through the comment you left about the Arabian horses on Scottsdale (Arizona, USA) Daily Photo. You have started a wonderful site. Congratulations. I have been to Versailles twice, but have only walked the several blocks from the train station to the palace.

You are correct about the statement that you made that St. Louis, Missouri is in deed named after your Saint Louis. I lived in St. Louis from age 12 to 18. There is a large equestrian statue of Saint Louis in front of the grand entrance to the St. Louis Art Museum.

Walker said...

I agree, elegant branches reaching up to the sky.

Petrea said...

I like that blue door, too!

Jacob said...

A very dramatic photo. Great contrast between the lines of the trees and the lines of the buildings in the background.

Good job!

Hilda said...

I agree with you. Those dark, bare trees are very dramatic. Love the blue door too!
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Clueless in boston said...

Trees in winter are beautiful in a different way than they are in the full bloom of summer. Plus, the bare branches open up normally hidden views.

Per Stromsjo said...

Still entirely transparent. I guess a month from now you couldn't catch this view.

raf said...

This is great, Ciel, and really pops when enlarged! Thanks!