This is among the photos I almost lost when my luggage was scanned. I hadn't learned in 2004 that the scanners are stronger than the ones that scan your carry-on things. When I got home, some of the files (scattered randomly across several disks) looked pretty strange and I couldn't open them. After I calmed down, I searched online for a recovery service, and I found one that turned out to be exellent, although I no longer remember the name. I sent the two or three damaged SD cards off to the media recovery guy, and it was well worth it. I feel very lucky to have the pictures back. Since then, I've remembered to carry the SD cards with me!
I imagine this is one of the most photographed scenes in Paris. Taken from Pont Neuf, it shows the point of the Ile de la Cite, the Pont des Arts, the dome of the Institut de France, and the Eiffel Tower. For me it's unusual among my photos of Paris because the sun was shining.
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