This picture was taken from the top most floor of The Eiffel Tower (La Tour Eiffel) during my business trip to Paris a few years back. To be there was an experience in itself. The mercury had dropped just below zero degree celcius. Handling camera was a task itself due to strong and frosty wind. This was my fourth film role since when I had started learning photography using a film SLR. But, I was desperate to document the frames that I could visualize by eyes. So I clicked photos by setting exposure meticulously each time and at the same time not expecting too much from them. But to my surprise, the outcome was not bad at all!
I have added inclined blue tint to each one of the top corners. I felt it was necessary to reduce the monotonousness of skyline in those areas.
Photo taken on: November 11, 2001
Camera: Vivitar 3800N Film SLR with 28-70 mm lens
Exposure: Record not available at present, ISO200 film.