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Photographs of Paris

by photographer David Henry, pictures of the Eiffel Tower, Notre-Dame Cathedral, Montmartre, Basilica Sacré-Cœur and place du Tertre, île de la Cité and île Saint-Louis, canal Saint-Martin, château de Versailles, Champs-Élysées and l’Arc de Triomphe, Hôtel de Ville, jardin des Tuileries, the Marais, the musée du Louvre, place de la Bastille, place de la Concorde, place des Vosges, the Pompidou Center, the River Seine and the major squares in Paris. Read an article on how to take great pictures in Paris. Regardez cette page en français

Google Local Guide in Paris, David HenryGoogle guide in Paris, level 9

All of these pictures are available as high-resolution TIFF image files and naturally any of these pictures can be converted to black and white. Many others were taken at each photo shoot so there are plenty of other choices if you don’t see exactly what you are looking for. Photography shoots can also be arranged in Paris and the surrounding regions…

Some men playing “pétanque”, the French version of bocci, or English bowles, in place de la Nation, Paris.

People in Paris, candid photography, Parisians doing odd, unusual or interesting things.

Photographs of the musée du Louvre, the Inverted Pyramide, L’arc du Carrousel & the jardin des Tuileries.

The «génie de la Bastille», at the top of the column of July, one of the top symbols of the French Revolution in Paris

Pictures of Place de la Bastille and other neighborhoods on Paris’ Right Bank: place de la République, gare du Nord…

Late afternoon winter sun on building façades along rue de l’Hôtel de Ville, between rue du pont-Louis-Philippe and rue Geoffroy-l’Asnier.

Photographs of the Marais, place des Vosges, Hôtel de Sens, rue Vieille-du-Temple, square Louis XIII…

Sacré-Cœur’s Romano-Byzantine domed cupolas, Paris

Basilica Sacré-Cœur, pictures of the most recent, yet most unusual of the famous churches in Paris.

La Maison Rose, on rue de l’Abreuvoir.

Montmartre, of one of Paris’ artist neighborhoods: place du Tertre and around Sacré-Cœur.

L’Arc de Triomphe in the spring time, viewed from avenue de Friedland.

L’Arc de Triomphe and the Champs-Élysées, the high-fashion shopping street in Paris.

The fountains in place de la Concorde were built in the nineteenth century and depict river and maritime navigation themes

Place de la Concorde: pictures of fontaine des Mers, the obelisk and la fontaine des Fleuves.

A rainbow passing behind the main façade of cathédrale Notre-Dame.

Photographs of Notre-Dame Cathedral on île de la Cité, pictures of the most famous of churches in Paris.

Clouds lit by the setting sun behind Sainte-Chapelle on île de la Cité.

Pictures of île de la Cité, cathédrale Notre-Dame, the statues of Henri IV and Charlemagne, Hôtel-Dieu.

A rainbow floating over buildings along quai de Béthune, seen from quai de la Tournelle on the Left Bank.

Photographs of île Saint-Louis, quai de Béthune, quai d’Anjou, quai de Bourbon and quai d’Orléans.

The Pyramide Inversée, seen from the outside at night, with the musée du Louvre behind

Pictures of da Vinci Code Paris: the Louvre, Saint-Sulpice and other places mentioned in Dan Brown’s novel.

Hôtel de Ville’s central clock façade, Paris’ city hall

Hôtel de Ville, place Joachim-du-Bellay, Forum des Halles and the Pompidou Center…

The Eiffel Tower viewed from rue de l’Université, Paris

Photographs of The Eiffel Tower: pictures of the Champ-de-Mars, palais de Chaillot, the Esplanade Trocadéro.

Gargoyles on the southern façade of église Saint-Séverin, in the Saint-Michel neighborhood.

Pictures of The Left Bank: l’Institut de France, les Thermes de Cluny, l’Institut du Monde Arabe and the Catacombs.

Sculptures in front of the pipes of Saint-Sulpice’s organ

Pictures of Saint-Sulpice Church: the façade, sculptures, balconies, the high altar, the astronomical gnomon and the brass line.

Monumental architecture in front of pont Alexandre III, Paris

The River Seine: Pictures of Paris seen from bridges and quais on the left and right banks.

Quai d’Orsay, during the floods of March, 2001, Paris

The River Seine during the floods of Spring 2001, summer 2016 and January 2018: Square du Vert-Galant, île Saint-Louis and quai d’Orsay.

Scenes of one of the two canals that run through Paris: To the right is is the famous Hôtel du Nord, on quai de Jemmapes, in the middle is passerelle d’Hôtel du Nord and on the left is quai de Valmy.

Canal Saint-Martin, locks, bridges and quais: pictures of neighborhood that has become wildly trendy.

A grey heron next to some basins in the jardin des Plantes.

Cats, dogs and birds in Paris, pictures of animals wild and domestic: horses, rats, ducks, chickens, sparrows…

A fire eater at a street festival next to the canal Saint-Martin, Paris

Festivals in Paris: pictures of la Fête de la musique, the Gay Pride Parade, la course des Garçons de Café.

Left untouched by urban renewal of the last 30 years, rue Sainte-Marthe is an exception in Belleville.

Belleville, a lively and colorful neighborhood of Paris.

Teenagers demonstrating against the Front National on May First 2002.

Street rallies and demonstrations in Paris…

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See the pictures I’ve taken in the United States

Take a look at the pictures I published in the Traveler’s Companion series of tourism/travel guide books, pictures of Canada, New England and Mediterranean France

Jetlag and culture shock: Read my thoughts on what it is like taking pictures in Paris

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Take a look at the pictures I have taken on trips to Italy

Photography workshops in Paris: Learn the secrets behind these pictures!

Portraits in Paris: with your family, friends and loved ones in the City of Light and the famous monuments of Paris in the background.

See the pictures I took on a trip through Alsace-Lorraine

What does all this new technology mean for photographers? Read my thoughts on digital photography.

Take a look at the pictures I took on a trip through Switzerland

See the pictures I’ve taken elsewhere in France

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