I don't think anybody needs an introduction to the Eiffel tower. It is the tallest building in Paris and the most visited paid monument in the world. It is named after its architect Gustave Eiffel and was built in 1889.
It was the tallest building until 1930 when it was eclipsed by the Chrysler building in NY.
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macjake (63172) 2010-02-14 20:20
i enjoy seeing different and unique views of this France Icon.
This one i have never seen before, and its a shame b/c its a great peek into the Tower.
excellent choice to use the wide angle here, very sharp and clear with detail.
JCG (35129) 2010-02-14 22:18
An unusual visual angle to photograph the Old Woman (as we also call it). A little surrealist aspect of the image which I like well. Do you form part of the shades that we see in the foreground ??? Beautiful photograph with a good depth, thank you Shaeri.
With all my friendships and with soon,
csabagaba (6630) 2010-02-15 1:51
Impressive photo. The beautiful shades of brown, a good contrast. Well break the blue-white light beam of the overall image color. I like the composition.
Dyerco (10185) 2010-02-15 7:33
A different and refreshing view of this well known landmark. You obviously waited for the beam of light to be in just the right place.
toto (0) 2010-02-16 14:56
belle photo de cette tour Effel avec ce rayon de lumière, ces quais et entre ces deux monuments ou statues.
Jolies couleurs et bonne netteté.
chpp (4281) 2010-02-24 7:21
I like the the light and how you framed the tower here. good depth and sharpness
sayan (2617) 2010-02-28 1:18
Hope you are fine..
That was a wonderful POV. I have seen many photos of the Eiffel, but this one is completely different. The sepia-like tone adds to the beauty of the photo. Overall atmosphere is really fantastic. Also I suppose a little bit lower ange has given this photo a different dimension. Thanks for sharing this..
with best wishes,
sagar (2410) 2010-02-28 19:52
Nice to see you posting too :). Nice shot with a very smart POV. Very well composed and framed. The light looks out of the world.