It's not easy to get a good photo of the Pieta in the choir of Notre Dame. The public generally isn't allowed to walk up into the choir, and so far most of the photos I've taken from a distance haven't turned out well.
However, I was going through some photos I took during my first year in Paris, and Lo! What did I find?
Un-edited, too. This is probably as close as I'll ever get. I'm not religious, but this is a beautiful work of art, and it positively glows with the lighting and the large cross behind it. The sculptor was Nicholas Coustou, and the work was commissioned by Louis XIV in accordance with the wish of his father, Louis XIII.