Thursday, 19 April 2012

Immeuble dans le quartier Notre-Dame

A building in Notre-Dame neighbourhood, a photo taken a couple of weeks ago. It is now cold and pouring with rain. Detail to come tomorrow. Oh and there really is in fact a problem with scheduled posts for some users (lucky me). Here's the thread on the help forum.

Photo prise il y a environ deux semaines, maintenant il fait froid et il pleut des cordes. Détails à venir demain. Ah, et il y a bien un problème avec la programmation des posts. Le fil de discussion est par ici.

25 comments:

Olivier said...

oui mais "printemps pluvieux, New York en Novembre" ;))
Architecture qui me fait penser aux immeubles se trouvant sur Paris dans le XVIe arrondissement vers le Parc des Princes

Michelle said...

A nice perspective on this shot and I adore those windows.

Lowell said...

I think I took a photo of this building on our way to the Palace...it's on a corner and I remember I liked it very much! Nicely-composed shot with a very dark sky!

Regina K said...

Wonderful angle on this shot. I bet you miss those deep blue skies.

Randy said...

Looks like my kind of place.

alain Alexandre said...

c'est tempérer très bon, à chiangrai trop chaud jamais de froids, compliment pour la prise de vue .

Pietro said...

"An odd building, large at the bottom and small at the top..."
Some time ago I've read in the web a comment like that :-)

cieldequimper said...

@ Lowell: I think you mean another building which I've already shown here .

Bergson said...

un immeuble qui sélance vers ce ciel qui nous fait rever

i 'm the king pour la traite des vaches en manuel : normal pour un bouseux des champs

PerthDailyPhoto said...

So sorry your sky is not as blue as this right now Ciel, go on ..send some of the inclement weather to me, I can take it!!

Malyss said...

Devant ces vieux immeubles j'ai toujours envie de voir comment c'est agencé dedans. là, la pièce de l'angle avec sa grande fenêtre doit être bien sympa.

Wayne (Woody), whatever said...

I love buildings with non-traditional shapes. Your perspective is wonderful.

joo said...

Super photo,Ciel!
It's sunny today, at last! Hurrey:)
Have a nice afternoon.

Tanya said...

oh i like the angle you used for this! we had cold, rainy weather here in virginia yesterday...supposed to warm back up today!

VP said...

Corner building are always interesting and this one seems to have something special!

BaysideLife said...

An elegant building. Is the entrance below?

cieldequimper said...

This is 1930s-1940s architecture I think.

@ Bayside Life: yes it is and there was a van parked just in front...

-K- said...

Even tho the picture is a few weeks old, I prefer to think of Paris with this kind of weather rather than the cold rain you're now having.

(Los Angeles is cool and breezy at the moment.)

-K- said...

Even tho the picture is a few weeks old, I prefer to think of Paris with this kind of weather rather than the cold rain you're now having.

(Los Angeles is cool and breezy at the moment.)

Theanne said...

great shot...love the angle!

ALAIN said...

J'ai suivi ton lien "ici", mais ils parlaient tous anglais. On est où ? J'ai du quitter la France sans m'en apercevoir.

Meghan said...

Very nice perspective and I really like those windows.

Halcyon said...

I love your perspective on this building. :)

PS: I've had those problems for some time now. But I noticed just today I'm on the new blogger interface. I don't really like it much, but it seems I can't go back anymore. :(

Cezar and Léia said...

I saw your "test"posts here in my google reader today. I hope the scheduled of your posts are working now.
By the way, don't mention the "awful weather", this morning here it was about 2C , with wind!Oh gosh...le Brésil me manque beaucoup!
Brilliant picture ( thanks for the blue sky!).
bisous
Léia

EG CameraGirl said...

Neat shot looking up You were standing in a great spot when you took this photo.