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September in Paris. Leaves falling and leaving the pale sun to shine through with gentle blushes on the cobble stones of the Musée Rodin Sculpture Garden, Paris
Nikon D800
Nikkor 24-70mm 2.8 lens
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mus e rodin sculpture garden, paris, france, museum, rodin, cobble stones, path, shadows, sun, leaves

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  • Tom Broderick IPA
    Tom Broderick IPAover 1 year ago

    I have always wondered how plants grow out of rock. Captured very well. Consider joining our
    Group Odd One Out.

  • Thank you for your comments and invite. I am a member of your group, Tom

    – Thomas Barker-Detwiler

  • Guendalyn
    Guendalynover 1 year ago

    this is magnific work !

  • Oh! Thank you so much. The gardens were so beautiful.

    – Thomas Barker-Detwiler

  • Tom Broderick IPA
    Tom Broderick IPAover 1 year ago

    Tired of the same old crap and ruled if RB lets me I will start a group called My Photography almost no rules. Just the best you can take so we can sell it. Good idea or bad don’t know if you don’t try.

  • Sounds as though it could be interesting, Tom

    – Thomas Barker-Detwiler

  • Tom Broderick IPA
    Tom Broderick IPAover 1 year ago

    Need some input from everyone I can contact this on this group I would like to start. All Ideas are welcome. I am not some uptight asshole on this site. But the main goal is to sell our work because it is different its called your own work.

  • Maree Cardinale
    Maree Cardinaleover 1 year ago

    ohhhh I love this. The colour. The patterns (I’m a sucker for shapes and patterns in our environment). The verdent life still within the leaves, soon to be withered and gone resting on some ageless and eternal stones. (OK, maybe not ageless and eternal but you know what I mean) :)

  • Yes I do. I share the suckorhood for shapes and textures. I look back at my shoots from the 60’s and almost all of them are pictures of nothing…manhole covers and such.

    – Thomas Barker-Detwiler

  • Karen  Betts
    Karen Bettsabout 1 year ago


    Featured on the 29.7.2013

  • Thank you so much Karen. Everything in the garden seemed to be so tactile.

    – Thomas Barker-Detwiler

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