Photographer's Note

An image of Paris with a very autumnal atmosphere. We can see the Seine river, part of L'Ile de la Cité, and the Pont Neuf.
Begun to construct in 1578 by king Henri III and interrupted its construction by the wars of Religion, from 1588 to 1599, it was inaugurated in 1607 by king Henri IV.
This is the oldest bridge in Paris, it was the first stone bridge without houses, and first with sidewalks. The bridge is made up of two different parts, and it has inspired through the centuries to the Artists.

The original photo was taken in 2000 with my Minolta camera using Kodak Ultra film.
Scanned time ago, now I have rotated it, cut, chosen automatic levels, ascent the saturation, turned to Black & White, cut again, cleaned cloning certain points, resized.
The final result is, I think, one image that seems very old and with an autumnal magical atmosphere.
I hope you like it.

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Additional Photos by Pablo Gijon (paulspain) Gold Star Critiquer/Gold Note Writer [C: 253 W: 0 N: 151] (625)
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