Monochrome Monday – Paris Las Vegas

I never noticed the statues with their names before ( Duquesne, Vauquelin, Duguesclin, and Suger) because I was always fixed on the tower itself and the French onion soup inside of the restaurant; very tasty.  This is an example of how an image can be captured differently based upon it’s point of view and angle 😉  The image was converted to black and white and I then added a deep blue photo filter to bring just a bit of the blue sky and clouds back.

(Suger was an abbot and patron of Gothic architecture.  Vauquelin was a chemist and pharmacist who discovered the elements chromium and beryllium.  Duquesne, I think that is if I picked the right one, was an admiral.  Duguesclin was a knight and military commander.)


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8 Responses to Monochrome Monday – Paris Las Vegas

  1. Yes, just the hint of coolness in the sky works here.

  2. A. Blake says:

    Someplace that I have always wanted to visit #Bucketlist

  3. Cool – I’ve only seen it at night and was distracted by the millioons of other things to be distracted by. 😀

  4. 🙂 you can go Europe in Vegas 😀 I would love to see this place – brilliant!!

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