Your photos are gorgeous so I'm sure they'd be allowed ;)
I'm always craving for more of your Paris photos. More pleasee....
Paris is always a good idea.
Amazing! Of course we don't mind - your photos are stunning!
I love that 4th photo! Wow, great shot!
Beautiful!!I really miss Paris when I see these pictures! :(Kimhttp://www.birdskies.net
I made the quickest trip to the Musée d'Orsay on my very last day there. One of the highlights for sure!
I never mind your photos of Paris, I adore them! These are gorgeous. I've never been inside (even though I live here which is a bit shameful) but I need to go soon. It's so pretty! Thank you for sharing :)Best,Carin
I surely don't mind at all. It's always a pleasure to be engulfed by these gems...=)
I think this museum is better than louvre!!
wow, what an utterly amazing place! I love your Paris photos, so I'm quite happy for you to keep posting them :)
Beautyful. I love the photos- the most the clock-ones.And.... keep calm while breaking rules.
it was my favorite museum that i visited in Paris. i must have missed the sign about no photos, too.
Beautiful set of pictures. And I don't think I would ever be exhausted by your captures. Have a great weekend.
Paris is my dream city. These photos - pardon the cheesy saying - tickle my fancy. I especially adore the shot of the museum-goers from above.
Hi Alice! I love how the second and fourth photos give an implied vastness to them. Could you please tell me what type of lens you used and did you take it with a very high f-stop?
loved seeing these! can't wait to go back to the musee d'orsay! always a sucker for the light in there. that space is just so pretty!
and keep those paris photos coming girl :)
One of my favorite museums ever!
une belle réussite photo et visite , il faut dire que avant le musée d’Orsay étais une belle gare très ancienne .
Why would anyone mind Europe posts? Makes me miss Europe for sure!
awesome place!and i really love your shots
wow, it looks stunning!
Speaking of the Musée d'Orsay and its photography ban, you may find this article interesting though a little bit dated.OrsayCommons http://we-make-money-not-art.com/archives/2010/12/orsaycommons.php#.UWZkDhlAt-Y
Gorgeous images. When I was little I wanted to live at the Musée d'Orsay. I used to have to be pulled out;)
It's important to know that the architects of this museum are J.P. Philippon (the same of Roubaix's La Piscine Museum), P. Colboc and R. Bardon. They won the project and the gave the main good ideas about Musée d'Orsay.
Finally had a brief biography dedicated to a web-page: http://artistmarcbreed.blogspot.com/