The Hall of Mirrors, probably the most well-known room in the Château, is less grand than I expected it to be, but no less beautiful. I take a photograph of myself in the mirrors, and wonder how many people have done that before. Who took the first photograph in the room filled with reflected light? There are millions of photographs taken at Versailles every year, but who first thought of trying to capture it's beauty in frame? In a room designed with light in mind, I imagine it was difficult for that first photographer to restrain themselves.
There are more people lingering in this room than any other, and I find it difficult to get a shot without someone’s head popping up.
The whole of Versailles is magnificent. Everything is like The Hall of Mirrors: full of marble, chandeliers and fancy paintings. There was just so much to see so therefore, I have a lot to share. Stay tuned!