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Author 'Spiros' (Id 189709 ) : Rare Photo but landscape seen frequently in Paris during the winter.
In the dim light of the afternoon, under a light drizzle, barely noticeable, everything is confused : the pont des arts and the Louvre, the pont du carrousel and the ship sailing, moored boats and the staircase, the fireplace and the Eiffel tower.
[exif. Exposure time 1/100 sec, ISO 80, focal length 4mm (eq 24mm), date 2013. 01. 11 15 : 24].



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> Cathygdb >Reply Jan 21, 2013
Much too gray for my taste ;... I just found a touch-up that I had made in my corner, I the post.
 
 > Author Spiros [G] [P] [C] [F] >Reply
Jan 21, 2013
 
Opinion expected, it is not without reason that you frequent Mexico and Portugal.
This is a photo realistic or, if you want documentary, that presents a landscape habitual for the parisians.
You can look at the photo, linked to this, of the same landscape in three days and read the point of view of Perronnet Catherine.
 
 > Cathygdb >Reply
Jan 22, 2013
 
Opinion expected also : I knew that you were going to make allusion to... my colors. I always look at pictures related, before or after, and ALL the comments.
 
> Julicarm [G] [P] [C] [F] >Reply Jan 14, 2013
A touch of impressionism in effect or the detail is melted in the monochrome...
A sheet of lead darkens Paris, making it possible to imagine a beginning or an end of the day, but certainly not a mid-afternoon...
It was daring this little light...
 
 > Author Spiros [G] [P] [C] [F] >Reply
Jan 16, 2013
 
This is not courage, but a way to make realism.
It has the force of shooting it gives a false idea of what is presented. Paris, the cloudy weather is frequent, especially in winter, but it cannot be seen almost never in the picture.
 
> Lumixane [G] [P] [C] [F] >Reply Jan 13, 2013
Advanced tip under the Pont Neuf, which you allowed this rare photo though:/because brunette . A few passers-by on the Pont des Arts, some come equipped with an umbrella. Three areas of confusion, in fact, as mentioned in the intro, the most striking being that of the Eiffel Tower could not be more discreet in the row of chimneys on the left of the image. You make us the same in clear weather one of these days, Spiros ?
 
 > Author Spiros [G] [P] [C] [F] >Reply
Jan 16, 2013
 
Your question only allows one answer, all the more that when I saw your comment, on the morning of 14 January, the morning promised to be sunny. I opened a weather site and I notice that the afternoon should be cloudy and even snowy. Being convinced that you had arranged with the meteorological service, I rushed to the Seine. I just posted a remake of light of this photo which is less original, but more pleasing to see.
 
> Perronnet Catherine [G] [P] [C] [F] >Reply Jan 13, 2013
your very beautiful photo makes me think of one of my English painters favorite : Turner. I found the hushed atmosphere and the chromatic range of his paintings : so I love!!!!!
 
 > Author Spiros [G] [P] [C] [F] >Reply
Jan 16, 2013
 
You flatters me too much, but now that you mention it, I find similarities. Turner painted what he saw in England, landscapes dismal in bad weather conditions.
 
 > Perronnet Catherine [G] [P] [C] [F] >Reply
Jan 17, 2013
 
Oh Spiros, you make me much pain !!! A quarter-blood scottish and English flows in my veins and the landscape English (that I love !!!) are not sad !!! But the atmosphere is sweet the grey days. Turner was the painter of the sea and he loved to paint in the rain. I think I remember that you said that you were of Greek origin, so, of course the landscapes of your childhood are the opposite of mine, so I forgive you.
 
 > Author Spiros [G] [P] [C] [F] >Reply
Jan 20, 2013
 
I am Greek, but actually my mother was Macedonian slavophone and I grew up in Thessaloniki where a grey sky and the drizzle, continuous are quite common, less than in Paris anyway.
My comments are not disapproving, with the grey sky and sad you can make beautiful photos.
I'm strongly against an imaging current which herein, including in the eif, Greece is always sunny and the sky an intense blue.
 
 > Perronnet Catherine [G] [P] [C] [F] >Reply
Jan 21, 2013
 
Thank you for your clarification. In your answer, you members are always 'grey' and 'sad', not me. When I'm in Scotland and I'm walking in the campaign by grey weather, I love the various shades of this color and I feel protected as in a cocoon, gentle and welcoming.
 
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