Monday, December 22, 2008

12.23.08



Our very first hours in Paris. Jardins de Tuileries. 
Do I hear a champagne cork popping??? YES!

" Mais oui, another door, but who's counting?" 


"Merci Madame for that impulse buy!"
Place des Vosges

Merci to Lisa Taylor Huff of  The Bold Soul who has listed my blog as a must see. Thanks Lisa

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Coltrane_lives said...

I'm raising my glass of champagne to you Virginia. You've worked some magic with your camera. Merci and happy holiday.

roentarre said...

the view through your lens is really unique and arty

Who is the guy in the last shot?

babooshka said...

The top shot has a really great walk in feel. Well done on that one nicley composed, lone figure and curves and angles at play( no I will not say Jutxaposition this early in the morning.) I said before red and green bold you have an affinity colourwise with, but of course... it's the last shot. The blurred hand conveys the movement of the transaction and his face, so neutral yet so expressive is spot on yet again. His eyes and coy smile are riveting. See see the human condition again is conveyed through your lens. Eki is also gifted in this area too

JM said...

The 1st shot is so amazing, V.! Everything looks so... well placed!

Virginia said...

Thanks JM, I wanted the walker more than anything in this shot. I took several as he plodded along but this one seemed to be the best position.

B and Roentarre- I loved this guy. Not a terribly sharp, well composed photo etc. because I was hurrying to get him but he was in this chi chi little shop and I HAD made a rather silly impulse buy and he looks like he wants to laugh but dares not because he was OH SO FRENCH! HA

Coltane, thanks for stopping by . Merry Christmas to your family.
V

Mary said...

What did you buy? What did you buy???
xx,
M

Petrea said...

The light at the jardin - magnifique. Seulement en Paris.