Tuesday, March 22, 2011

Les Arbres


Along the Seine on a bright Sunday morning.

21 comments:

Les rêves d'une boulangère (Brittany) said...

Oh! A perspective I've never seen before. Usually shots of the Seine/buildings involve bridges. I like this different approach V

ADEEYA said...

N ice one Virginia :D

Eleanor said...

Nicely framed.

Thirtytwo degrees said...

Reminds me of our house in Michigan where we had a tree like this. Beautiful. Thanks for such a really wonderful memory.

Peter said...

You have really a gift!!

megi said...

Danke für das tolle Foto!!!
liebe Grüße

Harriet said...

Not a B&W but nearly so. I like it.

Pamela said...

OH Virginia this photo just did something to me... I love that!

Daryl said...

If I had been there, this is the shot I would have taken .. love it

Laurent said...

You should see these trees today with that great blue sky and sun ... they're growing leaves incredibly fast.

TheChieftess said...

A lovely view of the Seine!!! And an unusual shot!!! Good work V!!!

Alexa said...

Oh what you could teach me about how to frame a photo, ma belle!

Starman said...

Very nice.

Cezar and Léia said...

What a fabulous composition! :)
Léia

MadAboutParis said...

Indeed you are gifted...I always agree with Peter!!!

Virginia said...

You are all very kind. I almost didn't post this one. I even sent it to Genie to ask her opinion! I wish I'd shot it vertically. I think that's why I'm still not sure about it. Now that I read your comments, I'm feeling better.
Merci mes amis!!
V

Jack said...

Tres pretty. Your comment today reminded me of this joke. Sex addict goes to shrink. Shrink shows him Rohrschach and asks what he sees. Sex. Shows another: Sex again. Doctor says Sir, you have a dirty mind. Addict says, What do you mean, doc, you're the one showing them!

Genie -- Paris and Beyond said...

V, I told you that it was a good shot (great shot)... glad that you trusted me, mon amie.

Bises,
G

Virginia said...

Jack,
THat's great! DId you by chance see my post about the glacè ? :)

Genie,
I"m glad I listened to you!

Mike said...

A very beautiful scene through though the trees.

Harriet said...

With the horizontal line of the buildings in the background, I think you were wise to shoot this photo as you did. But I do remember that you have a fondness for those vertical shots.