Photographer's Note

The Notre Dame Cathedral in Paris, is depicted here reflected in a fg puddle. It was completed in 1345, and the towers are each 69 metres in height. The bg spire is a few metres higher. Taken late evening at the very start of the blue hour. Public access to the top of the tower closes long before then. At right just off frame is the Seine River. I chose to stay near Gare de Nord (North Station) for a quick exit by train to London, but the the Spanish Quarter at right is a more lively, interesting and vibrant area to stay, with many good restaurants, bnars, guesthouses and hotels. Had a gret Chinese meal with prawns there, better than I would have got in China! More info here, which also shows how close the river is:

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Additional Photos by Chris Jules (ChrisJ) Gold Star Critiquer/Gold Star Workshop Editor/Gold Note Writer [C: 10296 W: 998 N: 19662] (99100)
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