This post is the 3rd in series of images of Paris taken in 2021 during limited lockdown. The first was #1103 Scenes of Seine followed by #1107. Churches, Cathedrals and Chapels of the Capital
Paris is a city that has a recognised historical style of architecture. The obvious 1850’s Haussmann era, is the first image for most people. However, the buildings do range from classically historical, art nouveau, art deco, modern to the ultra modern. I’ve stayed away to a great degree from the well known postcards. The following images showcase some of the thousands of buildings not always seen by visitors and some Partisans.
These are a just few of the buildings that have caught my eye this year, whilst walking around the city, in partial lockdown with a curfew in place. Of course the curfew prohibits any after dark captures to showcase the another side of any city when it lights up.
It’s interesting going through a selection of images and looking up the exif data, and comparing the lens and aperture used.
David A Mack in April asked for an updated photo this was taken on the 16 May 2021 from Pont Sully Morland
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