Friday, July 3, 2020

Rue Lanterne (Weekend Reflections # 562)

Lyon, France

Rue Lanterne is one of the oldest streets of Lyon. It was created in the Middle Ages and is located in the 1st arrondissement. It was known in 1356 and named in the 16th century.




10 comments:

Margaret Birding For Pleasure said...

Perfect reflection James Thanks for hosting, stay safe and have a lovely weekend

Kenneth Cole Schneider said...

Very near-perfect symmetry! To do any better you will need to get inside the mirror's glass.

Taken For Granted said...

James, love your reflection shot. Margaret and Kenneth summed it up nicely.

kwarkito said...

this is the perfect reflection, James. I do like this street in Lyon. cela me rappelle tant de beaux souvenirs. Et c'est une ville que j'aime particulièrement avec ses deux fleuves

Debbie at Travel with Intent said...

Looks like a lovely street - and wonderful to see it twice :)

Jim said...

You picked a pretty town to hang out in.
Nice Reflection.
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Lydia C. Lee said...

Love this!!

A Quiet Corner said...

James, you and your photos absolutely amaze me!!! Stay healthy...:)jp

merlecolibri said...

superbe, ce jeu de reflet/miroir fait apparaître cette rue beaucoup plus large qu'en réalité ! bon weekend

Linda said...

Beautiful image! Thanks for hosting.