Photographer's Note

This is my favorite photo of a "Paris by night" tour that I made last night. I tried to forget how cold it was to train on the camera that I had finally received at the beginning of the week. I'm a beginner, so maybe some of the pictures of this tour will look good, but I'm not exactly sure of which parameters I used for each picture. All I know for this one is that I had put the saturation to its maximum. With the very low clouds and the streets light, this gave the typical red / orange sky that you find in some cities. Anyway, I like the kind of cone that seems to be going out from the dome. I will keep posting pictures from this "trip".

Well, to explain you this picture, it was taken in the middle of a pedestrian crossing using the "post" similar to the one that you see on the other ped-crossing: having no tripod yet, I have to use what I can find...

The Hotel des Invalides was built during Louis 14's reign for his invalid soldiers coming back from war. It is also where Napoleon is burried. If you go in the court of the Invalides (it's free of access, even in the evening), you will see a statue of him. Plus if it's cold like it was yesterday, you will have this paved court just for yourself and it's really impressive and beautiful.

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Additional Photos by Clement Le Flem (Timmok) Gold Star Critiquer/Silver Workshop Editor/Gold Note Writer [C: 240 W: 14 N: 107] (802)
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