Icon of Paris, the Eiffel Tower, in front of the Trocadero Palace.
Here comes another view, this time including the Pont de Iena.
Upon arriving to the Hotel de Ville...
I spotted this young lady and decided to try my lens at its longest. See the result:
From the Hotel de Ville en route to Notre Dame I decided to photograph La Conciergerie.
Waiting in line to enter Notre Dame... and here are its magnificent bell towers (with 2/3 overexposure).
I admit my shots aren't even postcard quality, but then, I don't pretend to sell them either. My intention is to capture what I see as quirky, unique and singular in this beautiful city... things like the two ladies below, who were taking each other's photographs in front of the church.
That was a long walk for me (not for the family, their feet are made for walking), but fortunately it wasn't fruitless. I continued with them to the Quartier Latin (home of the Sorbonne), in which streets and store fronts have a unique look to them.
This is the Rue Galande.
Store in Rue St Julien Le Pauvre.
Man in front of the Shakespeare and Co. bookstore.
That's all, folks, for now! I promise to return soon with more images. In the meanwhile, let's add a touch of class...
Classy Parisian lady walks her bicycle on the Pont Au Double.