18 May 2009

Peter's Monte Carlo - Champagne & Chandeliers


Champagne in the American Bar of the Hôtel de Paris by Peter.

We saw Richard's B & W version a few days ago. (Please click on the link) Again, it's so fascinating to see how different photographers approach the same subject. Personally, I'm happy to see champagne photographed ad infinitum - so long as I'm there to drink it!

In the smaller photographer you see Peter's shot of the ceiling in the foyer and its beautiful chandelier.

7 comments:

Nathalie said...

Aaaaaah now we're talking.
What a gorgeous shot. Delicate bubbles in tall glasses in a very classy environment. The spirit of Monaco is here!

That's the kind of shot I'd love to learn and do. I'm off to ask Peter what sort of settings he used to take that!

Virginia said...

Nathalie, I can answer that one. Peter will say, "Automatic, automatic!" HA I have to agree with you and Jilly. A lovely shot and I'd like one too s'il vous plait. In less than a week, I'll have one ( or two or.....)
V

Virginia said...

Jilly, is this the b ar in the photo that is now on my BLog Wall???

Sharon said...

I'm with you on the champagne. It's a beautiful thing to photograph and even more beautiful to drink! I have to admit, this setting comes to mind when I pictue Monte Carlo!

Chuckeroon said...

Well what else wld Peter snap? He does it "automatically", doesn't he.

The recollections bubble up and overflow..

Frank said...

MY kind of photo. Just terrific and delicious. What a fantastic setting, too.

Dakoota said...

Marvelous Chandeliers!
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