My first visit to the Eiffel Tower did not start out particularly well. Stacie and I had gotten food poisoning the day before, in London, and were trying to slog our way around Paris. By the time we reached the Eiffel Tower, we felt miserable. We could barely stand. This actually worked out well, as lying on my back to stretch out my stomach provided a great perspective of the Eiffel Tower as sunset approached. I laid there for the better part of a hour just shooting away at the tower from different perspectives. This one was my favorite, and almost makes me forget the strong ache in my stomach that accompanied it. Usually when I feel like I “worked” for a picture it means I went on a long hike to get to a spot or got beaten up on treacherous terrain, but I feel like I “worked” for this one as much as any of those.
With the vivid colors of this image, my recommendation would be that it would look best on something like metal, metallic paper, acrylic, or any glossy surface. I also offer a blurred version of it as a canvas wrap, that gives it more of that “painting” feel.