Photographer's Note

The Eiffel Tower, illuminated at night, is a honeypot for people in general and photographers in particular. There were plenty of both while I was shooting: what surprised me a little was how few fellow snappers were using tripods: I hope they've got steadier hands than I have! I was conscious of the fact that the Eiffel Tower is probably one of the most photographed buildings in the world, and wanted somehow to avoid the cliches and find a new angle. Impossible of course: no more unique images could be taken of this structure. But getting right underneath it and filling the frame with metalwork felt like the way to go... I won't insult your intelligence by posting information about this most famous landmark!

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Additional Photos by Will Perrett (willperrett) Gold Star Critiquer/Gold Star Workshop Editor/Gold Note Writer [C: 988 W: 299 N: 2526] (11918)
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