Monday Photo Minimalism ~ In a Paris Church

Amazing that minimalism can be found even in the most ornate of churches in Paris.

The little side chapel is pretty much as seen, the only thing I cropped out is a black wrought iron gate that was at the entrance, half open, and a wreath of white flowers that was at the foot of the altar upon which the statue is placed, otherwise this is all there was in the chapel alcove. Pure and simple. Nothing more needed. Beauty in simplicity.

The church is in the Marais district of Paris, Saint Paul – Saint Louis.

 

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About Angeline M

Love travel and photography. I am a retired nurse case manager. Photos of locations visited are personal file photos.
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4 Responses to Monday Photo Minimalism ~ In a Paris Church

  1. Minimalism screams in silence and when we are still, we can see it.
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