Paris from above (sort of)

Between Eiffel Tower, Montparnasse Tower, top of Arc de Triomphe, tower of Notre Dame Cathedral and the likes, there really are a lot of vantage viewpoints of the city, offering magnificent views, especially on clear days. The downside is, to get to these locations, it’ll cost you a little bit of money.

Today, I’ll like to share some of the views from Eiffel Tower that I managed to capture with my little point and shoot camera. They may seem a bit cluttered (it was not exactly a clear day either) but play spot the main landmarks within these images anyway. ;-)

Arc de Triomphe


Trocadero and La Defense

Grand Palais and Sacre Coeur

Well it’s not that difficult really, naming the landmarks, isn’t it? I do wonder though, how different it would be, had I used a good dSLR or something to that effect. Better zoom lenses, better play of angles, or even swapping the lenses for something fun such as fish eye lens – it definitely will spice things up somewhat!

Maybe I should consider that for my next photography expedition. For now though, time to save up so I can get those lovely photographic gears in the first place. ;-)

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