You can always tell when a picture was taken in 2010. My Sony NEX 5 had that little triangle as an unwanted bonus feature. Neither I nor anyone at Sony could figure out how to get rid of it. I took a few of the little pointy problems out of special images with Photoshop; these several years later I am glad I left most of them; they are sort of a time stamp; by the time I got back to Paris in 2012 I had upgraded to a NEX 7, sans triangle.
The spiral staircase of the apartment I sometimes occupy on Isle de la Cité…
Over by l’Arsenal de Paris and La Bastille on January 2 of some year.
This is as close as I have ever gotten to getting the lights on La Seine captured in an image. The real thing is the real thing; this is a pale reproduction.
The Screen Saver served up this cropped image I shot with telephoto from the fourth floor of my apartment on Quai aux Fleurs; that apartment allowed me to be flaneur and voyeur both at once.
There is a bird dead center of this image.
And there is a bird in this sack. This bird is great for dinner and the leftovers, and a half baguette ordinaire, makes a great sandwich to eat by the little lake at Parc Montsourris.