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12.45p.m - My next stop was to the famous landmark of Paris, the Eiffel Tower. How can I miss this!! But before taking any shots of this most photographed structure in France I thought I would pay a courtesy call to this great man who built it. So up I went to the upper most floor and found him sitting in a room and the slightly tinted glass panel forced me to go very close in order to be able to see him inside.
To get a shot I had to point my camera at an angle almost touching the glass and I also found out that I can also get the reflected image of those walking round the viewing platform. So I waited and finally got this shot. It looks like he is welcoming all the visitors to his creation.

PP - Cropped, slight adjustment to sharpness and level.

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Additional Photos by Aloysius Ho (aloyho) Gold Star Critiquer/Gold Star Workshop Editor/Gold Note Writer [C: 1162 W: 71 N: 1692] (6798)
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