Here are three photos of the Seine taken near the Place de la Concorde, in central Paris. I took them Wednesday morning about 11 o'clock, actually from the Pont de la Concorde in front of the Assemblée Nationale (the Palais Bourbon). As always, you can click or tap on the images, often twice, to see them at full size.
It had been a foggy morning and the sun was just breaking through the haze. Above, that's the Eiffel Tower and the Pont Alexandre III, with the Palais du Trocadéro in the background. Tour boats and freight barges ply the waters of the Seine.
Looking in the other direction (east), people are crossing the pedestrian bridge that links the Louvre and the Tuileries garden to the Left Bank and the Musée d'Orsay, with the towers and spire of Notre Dame cathedral in the background.
And finally, for today, a view of the same pedestrian bridge (La Passerelle de Solférino) and a couple of Batobuses (public transit boats), with part of the buildings that make up the Louvre museum in the background.
I was just beginning what would turn into a 10-kilometer walk through the middle of the city, winding through Saint-Germain-des-Prés, the Quartier Latin, the islands called Cité and Saint-Louis, and the Marais, all the way back to the Gare d'Austerlitz to catch my train to Vierzon and on to Saint-Aignan-sur-Cher.