Pantheon in Paris

The Pantheon in Paris, originally a church, now functions as a mausoleum for famous French citizens. Its interior is spectacular and great for photography. Whenever I have a chance to go there I try to come up with some new angle, one example is in this photo. If only they were not so strictly against tripods there…

Pantheon in Paris

Sainte Chapelle

This beautiful chapel in heart of Paris is a must-see when you visit this city. I’ve already published some of the photos from here and this is another one.

Sainte Chapelle

Jardin du Luxembourg

I remember that when I was taking this picture it was quite cold, the weather before that day was often very rainy. For few moments the sky completely opened and this is what I saw.

Jardin du Luxembourg

Bridge to Notre Dame

I’ve heard that some people hate Paris and some love it. I belong to the second group. This city has something I can’t quite express in words…I’m lucky I had my camera with me:).

I spent there some time last winter and that’s when I made this photo. It was quite chilly morning, the sun was just rising, the Christmas in the air…nice memories…

Bridge to Notre Dame


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The Church in Toulouse

I haven’t published a photo from a church for quite a long time. I’ve found one from Toulouse and I decided to share it with you today:).

The Church in Toulouse

Meteo France

I was lucky enough to get inside the Meteo France in Toulouse. I didn’t take many pictures there, this one is probably the best:).

Meteo France

The Columns

Sometimes even 8mm is not enough to grasp the feeling of the space…Anyway, there was a mirror on top of the red base. If you looked into it you could see the top of the column as if it was going downwards.

The Columns

The Sainte-Chapelle

Few days ago I published my first picture from this great chapel. I chose another one from inside. But this time only a small part of the interior.

The Sainte-Chapelle

The Louvre Revisited

I will not show a new photo today. Instead, I’ll show you all my published photos (from the oldest to the youngest) from the most famous museum in Paris, The Louvre. I published these pictures over the last year here on my blog and I can see how my technique evolved. The first photos were taken in February last year. The rest came to the world when I visited Paris in December.

The Louvre Revisited

The Louvre Pyramid

Today I feel like Louvre. I visited the Czech National Gallery in Prague recently and it reminded me the Louvre. Here it is:).

The Louvre Pyramid

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