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Louvre Interior (detail) by Richard Pitman

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Taken on a recent trip to Paris inside I M Pei’s daring glass pyramid, which forms the entrance to the Louvre Museum. An attempt at a different perspective on a frequently photographed structure.

April 2010


abstract, line, paris, glass, reflection, perspective, architecture, pattern, structure, france, louvre, duotone, french, pyramid, i m pei

“A photograph is always invisible; it is not it that we see.” Roland Barthes.

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  • Maria  Moro
    Maria Moroover 4 years ago

    this is awesome.. very cool in B&W
    ~ 22nd April 2010

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  • Thanks Maria! Delighted to be a featured alongside such wonderful work! Cheers!

    – Richard Pitman

  • Matthew Pugh
    Matthew Pughover 4 years ago

    Great lines Richard, love the complexity. Also, in case you hadn’t heard, you’re the cover image of Europa group’s, “European lines in black and white” challenge. Wahey!

  • Thanks Matt! Yeah, Jo was flicking through looking for challenges & shrieked: “That’s Richard’s photo!” :)

    – Richard Pitman

  • LisaBeth
    LisaBethover 4 years ago

    oooh get me dizzing.. :) LOUVERE

  • Ha-ha! Yeah, it is a bit vertigo inducing!

    – Richard Pitman

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