Friday, 9 November 2007

Paris Post 6





Just a few of the buildings that we saw.


Notra Dame

Opera

Sacre Coeur

Street scene

12 comments:

zakscloset said...

yay! i recognized sacre coeur! just cause i stayed right by it for only $25 per night!

smilnsigh said...

Lovely!

And where were you standing, to get the high up shots, please?

Mari-Nanci
Photos-City-Mine

Sharon said...

Mmm mmm...so pretty.

DeeMom said...

I did not get inside the Basilique Sacré-Coeur, but climbed the steps; we were on a strict time schedule.


Notre Dame on one side has some especially great shots of the flying buttresses

Opera, fabulous structure as well as rich in history, but then in Paris what is not filled with wonderful history? Some great shops close by too boot ;)

Mike said...

That looks like a London bus in the first one!

Suzi-k said...

I have SOOO enjoyed your Paris pix, thanks. We are planning a trip to Uk in April and were thinking of going Air France so we could stop over in Paris... I think you have convinced us!

Jules said...

Hi Imac - great to finally get here and catch up with all your wonderful posts - I do soooo love Paris so it has been great revisiting my fav city in the world thru your eyes!
Love the leaves in the water - beautiful colours!!!1

BeachysCapeCodCupboard said...

Flying butresses! I LOVE those! We heavily studied Notre Dame in one of my Art History classes in college. Beautiful!

Debbie365 said...

I love the lighting in the second one. It looks surreal.

Kekiinani said...

Awesome shots. I love the old architecture.. You found a great place to take all those photos from :) :)

ASH's Eye said...

You have me just desperate to get to Paris now :)

Love all of your Paris shots, on all of the posts - the one of Sacre Couer is excellent!

Celinoooo said...

Hi Imac! ^^
I've browsed your blog since you said you had been to Paris! :)
It is a beautiful city indeed! I hope you enjoyed your stay with us Frenchies! tee-hee!
Thanks for visiting my blog and happy Easter to you too! :)