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I have always been fascinated by Dali’s “Swans Reflecting Elephants“. I would have liked to find something similar but to no avail so here’s the next best thing: a château reflecting a castle. The photo below is an unexpected reflection but doesn’t qualify today because I didn’t take it in the Loire Valley, but in Paris at the Louvre after a shower of rain. For other entries in today’s City Daily Photo theme day, click here.

J’ai toujours été fascinée par le tableau de Dali “Cygnes se reflétant en éléphants“. J’aurais aimé trouvé quelque chose de similaire, mais je n’ai pas réussi. A défaut, voici un château se reflétant en castle. La photo ci-dessous est un reflet inattendu mais ne compte pas aujourd’hui parce que je ne l’ai pas prise dans la vallée de la Loire mais à Paris, au Louvre, après une averse. Pour d’autres contributions à la journée thème de City Daily Photo, cliquer ici

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11 comments on “CDP Theme Day – Upside Down Château

  1. Jack

    Oh, this is lovely. I was there a couple of times, maybe ten and thirty years ago. A visual delight.
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  2. avril Post author

    @Jack – Chenonceau is really my favourite of all the Loire Valley châteaux. This was taken from the walking/bike path on the other side.
    @William – Merci!
    @Jane – It was the first time I’d ever seen a puddle like that!
    @Babzy – Oui c’est ma préférée aussi !
    @Halcyon – Merci!
    @Stuart – Yes, it’s very Daliesque. Fortunately, our 400 year old walls are keeping us cool – 25°C inside downstairs, 28°C upstairs. Guess where we are?

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