Saturday, March 13, 2010

Late blog day : the Tenin Technique

I missed the CDP blog day last thursday but I still wanted to pay tribute to Eric Tenin and celebrate its blog's 5th anniversary : Paris Daily Photo . It is thanks to him that we today share our pitcures and comments so here is a picture of the Place de la Concorde taken with the so called "Tenin Technique". If you want to see other participants pictures : Click here to view thumbnails for all participants

7 comments:

James said...

Great shot! I hardly recognized the area. Probably because I'm not used to the sky looking so beautiful.

Harriet said...

Seeing from different perspectives makes us 'really see' more than we would have otherwise.

This is a great shot which reminds me of all the wonderful architecture in Paris.

I'm very thankful to all of you bloggers who share your talents with us!!! Merci.

lewi14 said...

Better late than never! It's a wonderful photo.

Louis la Vache said...

A good example of the Tenin Technique! «Louis» likes how you captured the texture of the street; the pattern in the pavement.

glduro_marieloupe said...

Nothing due to the Tenin Technique. Especially, the city! Wonderful picture!

Virginia said...

Oh the minute this photo loaded I knew just where it was. You know Laurent, friends ask me why I want to return to Paris over and over. This is why. I love that I'm learning your city and being able to feel less like a tourist and...... well I'll never be a Parisian, but the more I come the more I learn and......love!
V

tapirgal said...

This is beautiful! I've never seen it like this. Either there were so many cars, or it was heavily overcast or raining. This is a delight! I also love the patterns in the street.