Place de la Bourse Reflection I
The buildings of Bordeaux's Place de la Bourse reflected in the Miroir d'Eau as the sun goes down over the city.
The Place de la Bourse is the centuries-old heart of old Bordeaux, with grand buildings linking the riverside with the old city.
The riverside square was renovated in the 18th century by architect Ange-Jacques Gabriel, with the majestic old stock exchange and the Hotel des Fermes flanking the open space around the 1864 Fontaine des Trois-Graces.
In more recent years, the square has seen the city's modern tram network run through its heart, while the Miroir d'Eau, a spectacular flat water feature which intermittently reflects the city and sprays mist in which children of all ages play in, is a popular new attraction busy throughout the day.