You have no doubt seen many photos of the beautiful Sacré-Coeur Basilica that sits atop Montmartre. I have even posted one in the past.
What surprises me is how nobody ever turns the camera around when they get to the top of the "mountain." There's a quaint little town at the top and sweeping views of Paris below.
This particular photograph is both ruined and more interesting because some city planner decided it would be a good idea to direct people in search of a lavatory to either the Eiffel Tower or the street at the bottom of the large hill. I imagine quite a few people ignore the sign and use the bushes all while enjoying the tremendous view. It's just that kind of neighborhood, even if it is anchored by a beautiful basilica.
This photograph was captured with a Nikon D90.