I was simply trying to capture a different angle of a well recognized structure.
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flip89 (3408) 2003-12-05 18:05
Beautiful reflection. A note is much appreciated.
zto (292) 2003-12-05 18:14
Welcome to TE Rene,
I like this picture because of it's difrent angel and the reflection. Unfortenatly the colours seem a bit faded and it is not 100% aligned. I did a Work shop for you where i tryed to correct this for you.
Ebbe (9617) 2003-12-05 18:29
Just today I was thinking that when I go to Paris in January I will take a close up of one of the Eifeltowers feet because I have never seen that and it seams like a good idea for a picture. But now you have spoiled the fun for me!!!
Your picture is fine though but I think you should increase contrast or make it darker, the upper part is a bit thin.
Jeppe (18654) 2003-12-06 3:09
Weel seen - good reflections. I like the photo be cource its sharp and with a good contrast (its fine on my screen).
JAF (0) 2003-12-06 10:46
pour avoir tourné autour de la tour pendant des années je felicite l'auteur de ce point de vure assez original et bien réalisé
joseelias (0) 2003-12-06 14:52
Well I believe you achieved your purpose. When shooting a very recognized object the best thing is to show the details that nobody knows.
Your composition is interesting although I think you could crop part of the bottom to make it more simetrical.
raycam (0) 2004-01-01 20:35
Very effective. You did capture a unique perspective. Thank you for a delightful view of an often photographed landmark.
henrytf (985) 2006-11-17 16:17
Welcome to TE Rene
This is really an original point of view of the Eiffel Tower. I have seen so many pictures of it but never from that angle. It looks like a gigantic bow.