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Emerald Green? Imperial Green? Paris Green!

What I love in Paris is the scattered abundance of parks and green area. Linden and Chestnut trees adorn every corner of the city and offer relax to the itinerant photographer.

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A full roof of Linden Trees, Place des Vosges

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Too beautiful not to include a second picture of these Linden Trees, Place des Vosges

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Spring eve and greens in Rue de Bearn

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Chestnut Trees, Tuileries gardens

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Linden tree armada, Jardin du Luxembourg

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Weeping Willow with hidden teenagers, Île-de-France

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Bushes with green statue, Louvre

 

Posted by lorenzoborghi on May 11, 2014
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  1. 05/11/2014

    Lorenzo

    Very nice. The second picture captured my eye by the way the green brightens as it moves away from the lens. Very unique use of colour transition! Thanks.

    Cheers
    Jim

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    • 05/12/2014

      Thanks Jim, the trick is that from the picture point of view you do not see where the foliage roof ends, If you follow the ground shadow, you see that where a path cuts the tree alley, there the foliage is paler, as sunshine hits it also from the side.

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      • 05/12/2014

        Thanks, I can see what you are talking about. Very nice.

        Cheers
        Jim

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