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San Sulpice, Paris. This is the Parisian church made famous by The Da Vinci Code. According to Dan Brown there are secret passages underneath. I shot in here as part of the Paris Underground story. No secret passages in the basement, I checked.
Posted by Stephen Alvarez on March 06, 2012 in Paris, Picture Stories | Permalink
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I like this shot. I can't figure out what attracts me to it, bt there is something about it that I find interesting. Maybe it's the cleanliness of the scene - not a lot to distract from the woman looking at the easel.
March 06, 2012 at 09:20 AM
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