Friday, 28 May 2010

Weekend Reflections: Notre-Dame reflétée

For James' Weekend Reflections meme, Notre-Dame church is reflected in the window of Gaulupeau pâtisserie, which I showed you here. Remember those cakes?!
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Pour les Reflets du Weekend de James, l'église Notre-Dame est reflétée dans la vitrine du traiteur Gaulupeau que je vous montrais ici, avec force gâteaux.

32 comments:

bfarr said...

That's a beautiful building.

Jacob said...

Once more you come up with a super reflection shot! I do remember the patisserie...and I'd much rather spend time there than in the church. In the church you just get one dry cracker! ;-)

Bob Crowe said...

More church and less cake in this window. I find the pastries more satisfying.

Pietro said...

Very beautiful reflection image!

Olivier said...

Un beau reflet, l'église devait avoir faim ;o)

Small City Scenes said...

Wonderful reflection. How come mine never turn out as good as yours? MB

Tammie Lee said...

so wonderful with the reflections!

VP said...

I remember quite well both the places from your posts and from my trip there. The sign of Gaulupeau was amazing!

Serline said...

Very clear and vivid reflection. Have a blessed weekend!

Cezar and Léia said...

wow so many details in this reflection shot, wonderful picture!
Léia

Halcyon said...

Another outstanding reflection. :)

Happy weekend!!

BaysideLife said...

Great reflection. Beautiful building. So many details to look at.

Have a lovely weekend.

B SQUARED said...

I can still taste them from your previous visit.

T. Becque said...

Oh, this just gave me a pang of longing to return! Once again, beautiful reflection! All your photos are beautiful, but I always look forward to your reflection posts.
To answer your question, yes I got permission from Cesar to take his picture and tell his story. That's part of the deal with the 100 Strangers project. Thank you for your kind input.

Malyss said...

Le reflet semble plus vrai que la scène elle-même!Celui là est une belle capture!

(Non, je ne me baigne pas encore: l'eau est belle et bleue, mais genre température polaire!)

Regina said...

Very nice reflections!
Happy weekend.

Nefertiti said...

Royal ! ;O)

bon w end

http://unephotounsouvenir.blogspot.com/

Lorac said...

Ciel, once again you have found an amzing reflection! J'adore!

Woody said...

no fair. French pastries and that view? I'm dying here. Well done!

ρομπερτ said...

Melting the outside in, or maybe the other way round, maybe it is even the same. Wonderful photography. Chapeau !
Please have a nice weekend.

daily athens

Greyscale Territory said...

Lights, sky, stylish building shapes and street colours melt together to create a stunning scene!

James said...

Great reflection Ciel! I like the church and the blue sky.

JM said...

Gorgeous reflections, Ciel!

Leif Hagen said...

A wonderful weekend reflection! Such a fabulous church - have we seen the interior already?

Ania said...

When I think of shopping window reflection shot I think of Paris because that's where my friend introduced me to the technique. Thanks for reminding me of that time.

Suzanne said...

Oh my gosh, cakes and a church! For me it's the next best thing to heaven! I remember the cakes, how yummy. Have a great weekend.

akarui said...

Tres belle photo de reflection. J'aime bien le travail que tu fais sur ce sujet.

Hannah said...

Wow! Talk about a collage on a glass. That's spectacular!

donnie said...

who could forget the cakes?

Catherine said...

On aime la symétrie à Versailles, deux cathédrales identiques et face à face. Faudrait pas que la nouvelle détourne les fidèles par ses appas en chocolat !

Sharon Van Lieu said...

Beautiful reflection photograph, Ciel.

Sharon

Marie-Noyale said...

Bravo a la photographe
et a celui qui a si bien fait les "carreaux"!!