Leslie Hossack, les Tuileries
Leslie Hossack's photograph of the Waldeck-Rousseau Monument in the Tuileries. As she notes, the gardens were designed by Le Nôtre in 1664, formal, rigourous, allées and monuments, swept gravel rather than humid lawns.
Clearly she took the photo from the back, from the wall behind this monument. Always looking at things to capture information about the thing itself rarely records how one gets to the thing, which in this case, is more interesting to us today than is the over-wrought statuary.