Sunday, October 3, 2010

Sunday Church Series, Église Saint-Eustache

Saint Eustache

Today's Sunday Church Series takes us to Saint Eustache in the 1eme,  built between 1532-1632. It is considered an excellent example of late Gothic architecture.  See for yourself.

For all my faithful readers and commentors, I have been very busy with training for a new job. I hope to get back to comments and blog visits shortly.

13 comments:

Bare bilder - Pictures only said...

Beautiful color and light in this picture.
It's an amazing church.

Have a nice day.

Berit.

黄清华 Wong Ching Wah said...

Tones and framing very nice.
Have a nice day,
Wong

Shell Sherree said...

It's magnificent, and those lights are gorgeous! All the best with your training and new job, V!

Half-heard in the Stillness said...

Beautiful church, it looks big enough to be a Cathedral.

Best of luck and congratulations on your new job!

Jane

Paris Paul said...

What great coloring. I keep meaning to go inside, I've looked at the outside enough! Karin really loved it.

Daryl said...

WOW .. and another WOW to the blue door below..

Genie -- Paris and Beyond said...

This view is breathtaking, V. I have been but would really like to hear a concert and take photos of the organ pipes. Beautiful Sunday photo.
Genie

M said...

The ceiling just soars overhead -- and the colors are lovely. Would love to visit this gorgeous church (putting it on "the list"). Best wishes for the job!
Marie

Mike Drips said...

I follow a lot of Paris blogs, but had not seen yours prior to today, when it appeared on a recommended listing within Google Reader. (Jeez! I think that last sentence was long enough to make me think I'm channeling Henry James). Anyway, I am now a full time subscriber and I do love your photos!

Alexa said...

What beautiful light, V! And good luck with the new gig!

Amy said...

Stunning. The only word for it.

TheChieftess said...

Gorgeous church!!! Wonderful photo!!!

A new job??? Happy training!!!

Anonymous said...

Really a nice church !