Collection by Ekaterina K

Ekaterina K
This is a picture of the Orsay Museum Entrance. Located in the district of Paris, this museum is one of the most popular. Paris is a cultural city with plenty of museum. The Orsay Museum has the most impressive collection of impressionists paintings. Berlin Paris, Oh Paris, I Love Paris, Montmartre Paris, Paris Travel, France Travel, The Places Youll Go, Places To Go, Louvre

Le Musée d'Orsay - Entrée - Grande horloge

Installé dans une ancienne gare, rénové dans les années 1980, le musée d'Orsay vaut autant pour sa collection de peintures que pour son architecture intérieure. Panorama vertical

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Post Clocks | The Verdin Company

Post Clocks, or street clocks, turn any site into a focal point and a special gathering place. Verdin specializes in custom post clocks in a variety of styles.

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macro photograph | Tumblr

Tumblr is a place to express yourself, discover yourself, and bond over the stuff you love. It's where your interests connect you with your people.

Photo about The Paris-Orleans Station clock, Paris France. Image of orleans, clock, paris - 8076408 Old Clocks, Antique Clocks, Merci Paris, Unusual Clocks, Father Time, As Time Goes By, My Home Design, Belle Villa, Clock Decor

Paris - Orleans Clock stock photo. Image of europe, station - 8076408

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Tracking the Light in Review

Light, Camera, Philosophy . . .Action! (Hopefully). About 10 months ago (July 2012), I started Tracking the Light. In the short time span since then I’ve had about 19,000 hits. While small n…