A year ago I spent the weekend at a festival in Spain, where I photographed the Eiffel Tower, the Ettore Romano, the Sistine Chapel, the Pantheon, the Louvre, the Palais des Festivals, and the Palaces des Nations.
The Eiffels are in Paris and are located in the heart of the French capital.
The Eiffeling Festival is a year-long event where thousands of people descend on Paris to experience the city.
The festival is held every year on May 1, and has become a tradition in the city to celebrate the city’s rich history and to promote tourism.
This year, I was lucky enough to be a part of this year’s Eiffell Festival.
I have always loved photographing the Eifel Tower and this year was no exception.
It was a beautiful sunny day in May, and I decided to head to the Efel Tower for a photo opportunity.
I knew that the tower was in good shape and the sun was coming up so I thought it would be a great idea to capture a photo of the Eofel Tower.
I had a great feeling about the photo opportunity because the Effel Tower is an iconic landmark in Paris.
I wanted to capture the moment of the sunset, but I also wanted to make sure that my camera was up to the task.
I walked up to a very tall, tall tower, which I had taken a photo from a distance, and was really excited to be in the position of taking a photo with the EOFEL tower in the background.
As I approached the tower, I could hear the sound of the tower’s bell ringing as it rumbled.
The tower had a huge bell, and as I walked around it I realized that I was in the very middle of a giant tower, that was being built by the French government to commemorate the EIFEL tower.
The bell was ringing as I approached, and that gave me an idea of the height of the building I was about to photograph.
At that moment, I knew I was going to be taken by a photograph.
The photo was taken by the photographer named Robert Adams, who is also known for his photographs of the Earth, stars, and oceans.
When I started taking photos at the Eefel Tower I had no idea that the photo would be so amazing, and it has always been a pleasure to capture those moments that I have captured.
You can visit Robert Adam’s website here.
Photographs of the iconic Eiffeli Tower can be found on his Flickr page here and on his Instagram page here.