“Louvre II”

by tagermer

So, after shooting yesterday’s post, I saw someone slip around the security fencing, and I followed suit. With almost no one hanging around the pyramid, I went to its corner and shot this series. The fountains were dry. I think it would have been more spectacular with the fountains going. If there were at least water in them, there would have been reflections in the water.

First, I show the flattened proof of the cube. Following that are two stereographic projections. If you click on any of the images, you will be taken to the full gallery on my website.

Coming next: a series with the same plaza, taken near the entrance to the Cour Carrée.

The Louvre Pyramid, a spherical panorama, mapped onto a cube and laid out flat. This is a proof for a photographic sculpture.

The Louvre Pyramid, a spherical panorama, shown as a stereographic projection.

The Louvre Pyramid, a spherical panorama, shown as a stereographic projection.

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