Rue Campagne première, a stone’s throw from the hotel where Man Ray was staying. July 2014 (shot with the super crisp 105mm macro/micro f/2:8 Nikon lens)
Impressive art nouveau statuary at the Palais de la decouverte, the Children's science museum in Paris.
People moving about the Palais de la découverte, the children's science museum. The lobby floor is amazing.
This sculpture is placed right above the entrance of a beautiful Haussmannian building situated right next to the place where Lady Diana died in Paris (Pont de l'Alma). I love that chubby and welcoming face sculped in Art Nouveau style. July 2013
Alexandre III, built from 1896-1900 is the quintessential Art Nouveau bridge. Here are a few shots taken in perfect "menacing clouds" kind of weather (mind you, we didn't get much else this year in Western Europe). Statue 1 is a classic view, but I like the "Love You" note on its arm... This shot was... Continue Reading →
As I was waiting for the train at the Bordeaux Railway Station, I spotted that beautiful clock. Although the station was completed in 1898, the numbering style on the dial would suggest that the clock is an art deco (1930s) job.