Some call the Eiffel Tower the "Scar On The Face Of Paris". The famed French writer, Guy de Maupassant, is even remembered for eating dinner at the restaurant on the upper deck of it because "It's the only place in Paris you can't see the Eiffel Tower". Though I do agree that the colossal metal monument doesn't really fit with the historical feeling that Paris is known for, it really is one of the most recognizable landmarks in the world. Like Mr. Maupassant, I also am a very big fan of the views of the city from those heights. From so high up, the city is almost unrecognizable. Because of this, I wanted photograph the city with miniature feel that envisioned. Here are a few photos from my time on the upper deck.
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