Monday, September 9, 2013

Sacre Coeurs Basilica on Montmartre Hill through d'Orsay Museum Clock
John Brody Photography

The Museum d'Orsay is one of my favorite places in Paris. Unfortunately, they've changed their policy and cameras are no longer allowed inside the art display rooms. Very unfortunate, because I always used to shoot my favorites by Vincent van Gogh, Degas, Pissarro, Monet, Miller, Bouguereau and many others... The good news is that you can still use your cameras on the balconies and a few other areas in the museum. This may not seem like much, but the vantage points from the d'Orsay balconies and other areas let you take photos of the Louvre and the Tuileries gardens that you can't get from anywhere else. The photo below of the Sacre Coeur Basilica seen through the d"Orsay clock was shot from the cafe inside the museum.

The Museum d'Orsay now has the policy that no cameras are allowed inside the art display rooms. Very unfortunate because I always used to shoot the works by Vincent van Gogh, Degas, Pissarro, Monet, Miller, Bouguereau and many others... The good news is, you can still use your cameras on the balconies and a few other areas - John Brody Photography / JohnBrody.com

Sacre Coeurs and Montmartre hill shot through the d'Orsay Museum Clock - JohnBrody.com / John Brody Photography