Sunday photoblogging: Bordeaux at night

by Chris Bertram on November 4, 2018

Bordeaux at night



Alan White 11.04.18 at 3:09 pm

Ingenious capture of the lovely polish of the cobblestones.


JRLRC 11.04.18 at 4:21 pm

That is painty…
Happy birthday, Chris!


Bill Benzon 11.04.18 at 4:25 pm

nice and crisp


Ingrid Robeyns 11.04.18 at 9:13 pm

A tad melancholic. And, as always, very nice.


oldster 11.04.18 at 9:27 pm

Looks like the sort of socialist hell-hole that my overlords in the US are always warning me about.

God I wish I could be there.


Collin Street 11.04.18 at 10:06 pm

Always love the effect of different-coloured “white” lights in night photography.

(the impact of changing light technology on perceptions of night scenes is fascinating: nobody these days installs low-pressure sodium, so their yellow glow will be gone in our lifetime.)


Donald A. Coffin 11.05.18 at 12:01 am

I am extremely jealous. That is just a great photograph.


Dr. Hilarius 11.05.18 at 12:38 am

I like how the light steers the viewer toward the group at center. Oh, and happy birthday!


bad Jim 11.05.18 at 5:15 am

So sweet.


Trader Joe 11.05.18 at 12:07 pm

Such Deja Vu when I see this. I know I’ve been there, or could have been.

There are only about a dozen corners that could be in Bordeaux but if you hadn’t said so it could just as easily have been Paris or Lyon….indeed it even reminds me of several other European cities….with all the bikes one of my first thoughts was Amsterdam.

Nice shot and thanks for the memories


Barry 11.05.18 at 2:55 pm

That is an incredible photo!


David Evans 11.06.18 at 12:12 pm

Lovely textures. The grain in the darker areas actually enhances the atmosphere. Something I must remember.


KLG 11.07.18 at 1:24 am

As a near-contemporary, what oldster said!

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