Under the Eiffel

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    This time of night only lasts a fleeting five minutes. So, as a photographer in Paris, it's a major commitment to get in place for that dire period. There's never an easy decision, and... after all... it is Paris, so there is no "bad" place to be.

    I'm glad it's a city where many restaurants stay open late. I miss the "normal" dinner time, since those are the prime sunset hours. I usually try to grab a snack around 4 PM to carb-up for a busy shooting session. And then after I eek out every last minute of atmospheric light, I like to go to a late-night restaurant to edit photos and relax a little bit. Okay, actually I relax a lot.

    from the blog www.stuckincustoms.com

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    1. rsmithlal 39 months ago | reply

      Wonderful perspective Trey, the colours are superb!

    2. ichiwoky 39 months ago | reply

      Maravillosa....

    3. espressoDOM 39 months ago | reply

      loving the angle....

    4. cheesekid 39 months ago | reply

      Amazing! You captured a really beautiful sky!

    5. Twitching Eye 39 months ago | reply

      superb photography fitting for a magnificent structure!

    6. Chocsta 39 months ago | reply

      Ditto to all above comments !

    7. Shelly~♥~ 39 months ago | reply

      gorgeous colors and composition!

    8. .Aran. 39 months ago | reply

      Awesome!!

    9. bowtoo 39 months ago | reply

      Great image!

    10. bahnyB 39 months ago | reply

      Fantastic POV and as usual great results...

    11. msmith_az 39 months ago | reply

      Great perspective and HDR effect. My only recommendation would be to remove the lens flare in the upper-left section of the image. As always, i enjoy seeing your work.

    12. Cherishthemoment 39 months ago | reply

      This is awesome. Thanks for sharing your work with the rest of the world.

    13. Karol Franks 39 months ago | reply

      i love this perspective, great color and exposure too!
      There are so many beautiful things to see in Paris.

    14. Justin Smith - Photography 39 months ago | reply

      You picked a great angle to shoot from. It came out fantastic.

    15. Photo--Graphy [deleted] 36 months ago | reply

      Excellent

    16. LLIEM7 4 months ago | reply

      First gallery I've ever seen where I truly felt I needed a "there all my favorite" button! Wicked feed!

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