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Europa Photograph - Montmartre Alley by Inge Johnsson

Montmartre Alley is a photograph by Inge Johnsson which was uploaded on October 27th, 2012.   The photograph has colors ranging from black to tan and incorporates europa, europe, and european design themes.

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Splendid photo.

someday i'll travel to paris. until then thanks for taking me along. : ) fv

Inge Johnsson replied:

Thanks, Ric. Paris is one of those places that has endless photo opportunities!

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Inge Johnsson replied:

Thanks for featuring this image!

What a fabulous POV. The light is magical!

Inge Johnsson replied:

Thanks Diane, the light was definitely what made me photograph this scene :-)

I love to view places Ive never been.!!.........love the cobble stone .!!!...................................allen

Inge Johnsson replied:

Thanks Allen. This is an ordinary place in Paris, but I thought the light and sheen and geometrical shapes were interesting.

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