Weekly Photo Challenge: Curve

Roue de Paris

Roue de Paris, Paris, France. April 2016

Paris is full of history, beautiful architecture, and curves!  Everywhere you turn in Paris, like you see a beautiful monument or historical figurine, there are many curves within the artwork.  This is just one of the curves I spotted in Paris, France, when I was travelling there in April this year.

You might say that this is one of the *biggest* curves that you can see right away too!  It’s the Roue de Paris, a transportable Ferris wheel (originally installed on the Place de la Concorde in Paris, France, for the 2000 millennium celebrations) right across from the Fountaines de la Concorde  and other nearby tourist attractions in the heart of the city.  You not only see the curvature in the Ferris wheel on the top, but the curves underneath it too where the sign is.

(I absolutely loved my trip to Paris, France  — it was my first trip there! — and will take any excuse to share my photos from the trip. :P)

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