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Towering Perspective by m4photo

This is another classic view of the Eiffel Tower reaching up into the heavens. This was a trying shot owing to the thousands of people milling around the bottom of the tower and the tens of toy lights being waved and flying up into the air, and also people walking in front of and standing in front of the camera.

That said, I think that i nailed this one for the Paris portfolio.

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Tour Eiffel sur le pont by m4photo

Taken across the river Seine, this image of the Eiffel Tower is one of my favourites from this short visit to the city of Paris, France.

I did not have my trusted filters with me so I opted for a 30 second exposure to smooth the water as much as possible. Although I really like the effect on the water, next time I’ll remember the filters and see how this image can be improved.

This is another of my Eiffel Tower images that cannot be purchased without a license for the illuminated tower. If you are interested in licensing this image please contact me and I’ll explain more.

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Eiffel Tower Trocadero Side by m4photo

Any visit to Paris is not complete without a trip to the Eiffel Tower and although we did not get up onto the tower on this occasion, I was pleased to grab a few images of this iconic structure during this flying visit. This is the first of six images that I will be publishing from this visit and the only one in landscape from a distance.

This view is from the far end of the fountains on the Trocadero metro station side of the river just underneath the Palais de Challiot . I am not sure what the steel structures are in the foreground but getting in front of them was impossible without getting very wet and risking the wrath of the gendarmerie that were bountiful around the area.

Whilst taking this image, a number of other photographers have set up behind and to the side of me and it was interesting to see them grab this spot as I left. I guess that it was either a good spot or a popular one. Either way, this is another image from my first visit to Paris and which is fast becoming one of my favorites.

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