Three From Paris

When I met Col Walder

I was setting up for this shot below when I met Col, who came to the Midnight in Paris workshop. You can see him in the video I posted yesterday! One thing you can’t see, is when he did the splits right in the middle of the photoshoot at the end! It was so crazy… everyone thought he fell down, but we all looked at him, and he had a wry smile upon is face. Well played, Col.

Daily Photo – Reflections in the Museum

Here we are in the Museum of Evolution in Paris again — one of my favorite places! I think we all spent about 4 hours in here, going crazy! There are countless interesting angles and ways to shoot it…

Anyway, I’m very excited about my recent France photos, so I’m going to post three in a row… get ready for another one tomorrow! 🙂

Reflections in the Museum

Photo Information

  • Date Taken2017-11-09 10:45:22
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  • ISO280
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  • susan ratcliff

    Awesome Trey – love all those reflections! 🙂

  • Casper van Zyl

    Hi Susan,thanks so much for being a friend it is this time of the year when some go nuts! but it would be better still if what we wish one another well for 365 days a year. So all the best from ours to yours ,Audrey Jesse-Jane ,Louis. (Casper)

  • Casper van Zyl

    Fire away with photos of Paris,there are places and things many of us have not seen.We, i feel are privilege to see and gain knowledge of places you have visited,thanks Trey for sharing over the last year may you go from strength to strength in the coming years.God Bless.

  • DennyLittle

    Hi Trey I want to wish you and your family a Merry Christmas and thanks for this past year of entertaining photos and videos.

  • susan ratcliff

    Thank you Casper!! I wish all of you wonderful holidays and a happy and healthy New Year! If I didn’t get to read your comments everyday I’d miss you!! All the best to you too!

  • Aslan Resimler

    Great picture !!
    Could you use your tripod without getting into trouble ?

  • Trey Ratcliff

    No trouble this time ! 🙂

  • Trey Ratcliff

    Thanks! 🙂

  • Ben

    Hey Trey, if you haven’t already, you may want to try going to the other building, at the opposite side of Jardin des Plantes, called “Galerie de paléontologie et d’anatomie comparée”. It’s usually less crowded, and a nice photo spot as well, if you’re in the mood for skeletons (no tripods/flash allowed though).

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