Photographer's Note

With this picture, I come back to something major which happened to me about one year ago. In the past, I took a similar gargoyle(or chimera in this case) from the tower of Notre-Dame during the day.

Then, under the suggestion of Sir Williams, I came back at night and got this nice shot which had quite a success with something over 150 points.

It was something totally unexpected and frankly, wouldn't my wife told me to post it, I may have never realized it could be an interesting shot. One year ago then, with this shot, I started to understand what could make a successful picture for the audience. Ok, that was just a start but I feel that each day I'm learning something new here.

So yesterday, I came back to the same place to try to shoot similar pictures with a tripod this time - thanks Sir Williams again :) - and present you the result. The last chimera was located in the central part of the south tower, this time it's the terrifying one located on the external face of the south tower. I like the way this chimera seems to be preparing a giant leap.

All this may have never happen without TE !!!

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Additional Photos by Steven Le Vourc'h (Curioso) Gold Star Critiquer/Gold Star Workshop Editor/Gold Note Writer [C: 551 W: 273 N: 1552] (9271)
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