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  1. Froggy

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    Hello,

    went in Paris the last week-end and took some photos, here are a few of them:

    4 shots stitch into this image of "L'île de la cité" from "le pont Neuf" early in the morning.
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    "L'institut" from "le pont des arts" (4 shots)
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    Thanks for taking a look,

    Arnaud
     
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    "L'institut" from "le pont des arts" is fantastic.
     
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    Absolutely love them all! I love the centering on the benches, and how you can see them descending.
     
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    Very nice stitching and really good colors and shading.
     
  5. Froggy

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    Thank you very much for the compliments.

    Two other panos I have just stitched:

    Le jardin du Luxembourg (5 shots)
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    Paris at dawn (4 shots)
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    Arnaud
     
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    "L'île de la cité" from "le pont Neuf" is absolutely ace! What a strong composition, and a rich color palette! Love that shot.
     
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    :thumbup:wow the Paris at dawn picture is just amazing
    I love Paris and the scenary is just breathtaking
    here is an amazing view of Paris from the top of Eiffel Tower and you can see the whole city :p
    so nice
     
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    Absolutely fantastic!!! The second photo is awsome..real retro style...i guess u were around 5-6 in the morning?
     
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    Amazing shots, especially "Paris at dawn."
     
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    Beautiful images. I love the tones. I find the retro style funny though because to me they just look very natural, shot a just the right time of day... We all look at things differently, as if that had not been said enough.
     
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    Thanks everyone for the nice words. Very appreciated!

    It was almost 9 am, actually. But I took these on sunday during the pentecost week end, so Paris were not too crowded at this time.

    Moreover, all museums were free this day because that was the first sunday of the month. So all the tourists were rushing and running up to the Louvre, the musée d'Orsay and so on. Before I took this photo, I walked around the Louvre. There were more than 600 people waiting for the opening and it was only 6 am...

    That said, Parisian people are not early risers. If you want to profit of Paris, you have to get up early!
    The week end, the city is quite empty from 6 to 9 am.
     
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    Fine nice n cool pics
     

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