I've been going through all my photo archives recently, combining files from several hard drives and CDs onto one big disk and trying to find the best way to organize everything. When you've got more than 10 years' worth of digital images scattered all over the place (and sometimes multiple copies of the same images), it's a big project to pull it all together and make sense of it.
In the process, though, I'm getting reacquainted with images I had forgotten I'd even shot. They're not all worth looking at (and some, I'm just deleting because they're not focused or not interesting)... but this one really caught my attention because of the quality of the light and the way La Tour looks in the background. Plus, there's even a bit of the Pont Alexandre III.
It just feels serene to me.
I took this during my first weeks here in Paris, in November 2006. Here it is, 7+ years later... and I still love catching a glimpse of the Eiffel. It just never gets old. And I hope it never does.