My camera seems to have become an extension of my amateur photographer eyes! All photos prior to 2007 are scanned and were taken with a Fuji camera.



Sunday, 21 November 2010

Sunday Bridge Series: Pont Neuf, Paris, France, 2010

I have shown you and told you about the oldest Paris bridge Pont Neuf in this post where it was seen from the left bank of the Seine. This is the right bank side. More Sunday Bridges are this way.

15 comments:

Lesley said...

and a view with these tourists who can't wait to go underneath!

Louis la Vache said...

It always amuses «Louis» that the "new bridge" (pont neuf) is actually the oldest in Paris and has been for many years now...

;-D

tapirgal said...

Aaaaaaa! You will kill me with beautiful photos of Paris!!!

Luna Miranda said...

i would like to be in one of those boats! beautiful!

Tash said...

Of the 3 trips to Paris (all more than 20 years ago), we never did take a boat cruise. Something to plan for. Really a lovely capture - I like the splash of color very much.

joo said...

It's so chic, I don't know why, but recalls the scene from the movie.
Have anice Sunday:)

Francisca said...

I really need to go back there. J'adore Paris. And Pont Neuf Bridge is just so iconic. [Ciel, I share your burden of too much work and too little time for this lovely past-time of blogging!]

Cezar and Léia said...

Lovely idea about b&w, it gave a special touch in this picture and the bridge is wonderful with those arches!
Léia

Ann said...

I like the boat with the curved glass top, and it has the shape of the bottom of the bridge.

Halcyon said...

The Pont Neuf is always nice to see. I'm sure it's one of the most photographed bridges in the world.

EG Wow said...

Sure is an attractive bridge! It adds to the beauty of Paris.

Coffeeveggie addict. said...

awesome..im always fascinated with beautiful bridges like this.

old railway tunnel

Elisa said...

Oh! Paris and one of my favorite bridges :)

Genie said...

My, would I love to return to Paris. The quaint European bridges with the arches under them are so pretty. I love this. Genie in Virginia

Jacob said...

This is my 2nd favorite bridge...and I really like your treatment of the photo...just a touch of red on that one boat...nice!