I love black and white photos....Barb
Oh now that one takes the BIG BRIDGE PRIZE. Laurent how did you get that great shot??? I"m drooling with envy and I"m betting Louis is as well! :)
Beautiful place. Very nice photo..!!!
Ah...to be in Paris again...What a beautiful composition, love seeing the details on each. How many are there in the photo?
Lots of bridges and no two alike. Wonderful!
So many beautiful bridges in your city; two of my favorites are Pont Neuf and Alexander III.
Perfect angle! Lovely how they're lined up like that! And I love how each one is a little different from the other :D
Cool picture of multiple bridges! The black and white really fits too!
fantastic photo. what a great perspective you had...all these beautiful bridges in one shot.:p
you are definitely spoiled for choice!
Love the bridges in Paris.
Were you in a boat when you took this photo? Ahhh to be in Paris on a Sunday...seeing these beautiful bridges!
Lovely B/W photo of the bridges. We have more flyovers than bridges in Mumbai.- Mindless Mumbai
Les pont de paris en noir et blanc; très bonne perspective.
Really nice capture. I like that you included the street lights. And, black and white suites this shot.
Nice composition. I love the b&w.
Laurent, I came across your blog as i was searching for a particular bridge in Europe. My wife and I wanted a picture to put above our bed in our refurbished guest bedroom and the one we bought had a lovely rectangular view of an unknown bridge, which happens to appear on your blog in a picture you took on June 6, 2010. It is not the first bridge in the foreground but the second bridge with a donut type circle of masonary adorning it. Could you be so kind and give us the name of the Bridge if any and the street that connects to it as well as some findable location parameters that would help us to locate it on satellite google maps? Any other information about it, age when constructed, etc. would be greatly appreciated. Merci beaucou! Sorry my french spelling is limited.Sincerly,Rick and Jan Coyne
Hi Rick and Jane,I am happy that you found my blog. The second bridge is the "Pont Louis Philippe" leading on one of Paris river isles called "Ile Saint Louis".The streets on both sides are : "Rue du Pont Louis Philippe" and "Rue Jean du Bellay" on the isle. If you look and google map, just enter "Pont Louis Philippe Paris" and you will get to it.If you need more information you can email me at : email@example.comLaurent
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