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Weekly Photo Challenge: Window

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This window is in the Pantheon in Paris. The building is a deconsecrated church, whose architecture is inspired by St Paul’s cathedral in London and has a magnificent dome. If you have a head for heights, you can access both the interior and exterior of the dome, and views from both are impressive. I took the picture as we started our way up the many stairs to the top. The view from this window was a bit of a disappointment, and it did not get used in my record of the trip on either WordPress or Flickr. But it does seem to fit rather neatly into this week’s challenge “To get more creative, use the glass in a window to add texture to your photo.” It seems to me that the panes of this window have not been cleaned for a while. If you like flying buttresses, or colonnades, this is a view of the building not usually seen.

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Written by Stephen Rees

September 27, 2017 at 9:42 am

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  1. […] is the previous effort which is not linked on the challenge […]

  2. Love the framing of this shot. Great job.

    Irene

    September 27, 2017 at 4:18 pm

  3. This is a beautiful photograph. I love the graceful lines and the effect of the glass.

    Pat

    September 28, 2017 at 5:10 am

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