Notre Dame in the Evening

© John P. Sandstedt

Notre Dame  in the Evening

Uploaded: August 10, 2016 | Entered: August 13, 2016 05:25:26

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It took my wife a long time to get me to agree to go to Paris. That was because of a terrible expereince on a business trip in the 1970's. But, when we did go, we rented an apartment in the Marais and had a week to do what we wanted when we wanted to. To my surprise, we found the French friendly and very helpful to American tourists. And, we had such a great time, we've been back three times . . .

Shooting pictures at night in Paris was a challenge without a tripod. but, there are many balustrades, walls and benches that can support a DSLR and lens.

Exposure Info.: f/5.0, 1/15 sec, ISO 1600, FL - 44 mm

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