Photographer's Note

In my quest of seeing & showing Paris differently, render well-known topics as fresh images....familiar landmarks from a not-so-common point of view....

Framed by the the two lamp posts on the left, is the unmistakable and instantly recognizable structure of the Notre-Dame (Our Lady) cathedral with its spire and the eastern side visible from this angle.

Pont de la Tournelle is an arch bridge in Paris, spanning the River Seine, not far from the cathedral of our lady, Notre Dame. The bridge was constructed between 1924 and1928. The bridge spans 122 metres and its main character lies on the left bank pier which has the 14 metre pylon topped by a statue of Saint Genevieve, the patron saint of Paris. The statue was designed by Polish-French monumental sculptor Paul Landowski.

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