Is that the actual Mona Lisa? I remember it being set out in a more secure fashion, but that was years ago and I am certain security systems have improved since then.Having seen art students sitting in museums making "copies" of old masters for class assignments, I really appreciate the message this is sending (that photography is an art, too.)~EdT.
What a great picture!
Tres bien mon amie :) Oui, je parle un peu de francaise!!I thought photos weren't allowed in Le Louvre specially the Mona Lisa! :) Nice blogpage.. I am a bookworm too :) A lot of your favourites are mine too !!
Hi Readerbuzz! This is a very cool photo. Nicely composed. I liked being surprised by what was being shot by the camera. I appreciate you stopping by my blog earlier. Su-sieee! MacThis and That. Here and There. Now, Sometimes Then.
That's priceless! I love the precise framing.
Great photo! I love how we can see the Mona Lisa on both the camera and blurred in the background :)
great shot and, hopefully, a great trip!
Nice post. Clever!!
Great time, deb!
Gorgeous portrait. Saw it in NYC in the early 60's when it was on exhibit.
Love it! I'm a big fan of candid photography.Thanks for stopping by my blog!
What a great idea for a pic! Clever!
What a fun shot, I really like the perspective.
I think this is SUCH a great picture! I would never have thought of this myself - but it is quite effective.
What a great shot, thanks for your visit.
That is a very good shot, love it! Thanks for your visit.
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