Eiffel Tower from the Roof of the Pullman (and thank you security for letting me up there!)

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    As my little getaway comes to a crashing halt, I figured I would post one from when I started this little loop. By tomorrow about this time, I will be back in Paris....most likely scouring the streets like a madman trying to capture more images from the "City of Lights."

    I hope everyone is OK out there and thanks for checking in. I look forward to posting more in the weeks and months to come!

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    Kerri's Photos, nmlphotography, and 19 other people added this photo to their favorites.

    1. marykpics 68 months ago | reply

      I almost can't stand to look at your shots! (I want to travel so much!) This shot is so good....., a different perspective from the usual, and gives a great idea of scale. Safe trip home.

    2. Kerri's Photos 68 months ago | reply

      Wow!! What a cool compo!! Terrific shot! I hope you are having a blast!!

    3. FrankBa [Off] [deleted] 68 months ago | reply

      great shot
      interesting point of view
      lucky guy !!!

    4. Fresnatic 68 months ago | reply

      Nice view. I like how you captured only part of the Eiffel Tower instead of the whole structure in this image. Well done. Have a safe trip back as well.

    5. jade2k 68 months ago | reply

      This is so unique!!! Love the perspective!!!!

    6. .natasha. 68 months ago | reply

      Oh! I really want to go back again, lol. I hope you are having a wonderful time, this is gorgeous!


    7. nmlphotography 68 months ago | reply

      awesome capture! beautiful!

    8. nigelbailey 68 months ago | reply

      Despite being unable to see it all, this pic gives a real sense of just how being the tower is. Nice shot

    9. ZokaZ 68 months ago | reply

      Beautiful capture.

    10. Zozu9 68 months ago | reply

      I like the perspective and strong contrast. You get the impression it was a really warm day.

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