Paris, France (Église de la Sainte-Trinité/Church of the Holy Trinity reflected in a window) "The Église de la Sainte-Trinité is a Roman Catholic church located in the 9th arrondissement of Paris, France. The church is a building of the Second Empire period, built between 1861 and 1867 at a cost of almost 5 million francs." -wikipedia
I think the mannequin was enjoying the view almost as much as I was.
Have a wonderful weekend!
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Nicely done, James. The church is crystal clear.
that's a fine looking church, but the 'blank look' of the 'spectator' made me laugh.
The mannequin looks in awe of the view, as am I! I am still amazed at the skill of the people who built these structures.
What a beautiful Church! You can still see it so well through the reflection ... and the mannequin seems in awe :)
I don't ever remember seeing that church. I love the colorful clock face.
This is such an artistic capture to me.
It seemed that model was contemplating that church.
love the ornate details of the church!
thanks for hosting, James!
she looks mesmerized:-)
J'aime bien la mise en scène, on dirait que le mannequin poussse un "OH!" d'admiration! :o)
Quelle étrange surimpression, cette tête de mannequin qui apparaît sous la cathédrale... Bien vu, James, une nouvelle fois !
Fabulous reflection, James. You have such a good eye!
Brilliant. Ca me rappelle une photo que j'avais postée il y a longtemps pour Weekend Reflections, la cathédrale St Louis reflétée dans une vitrine.
The mannequin looks more like a ghostly image.
A fascinating reflection! The bland expression of the mannequin adds so much paradoxical drama!
The mannequin looks like she's saying, "Ooooh" in amazement over this spectacular church.
I love the composition of this shot. It would have been pretty without the mannequin but the mannequin definitely adds interest and makes it better I think.
Very nice, James.
Stunning reflection and composition.
A funny reflection with the mannequin in front. Have a nice weekend.
The mannequin could hardly ask for a better view. Nice composition, James!
Bravo. I love this church so much and love your take on it.
Holy moose-poops!!! This is amazing!!!!...:)JP
Great photo and a little bit spooky!
That building looks so old.
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