Wednesday, January 14, 2009

01.14.09

"Door Number Nine?"
(I've lost count)

"The Reader"

"Sailing at Tuileries"

Narrow Street in the Marais


11 comments:

Thérèse said...

I like the "narrow street" in Le Marais.
I heard yesterday evening on the news that Museums in France are now free for people under the age of 25.

Ken said...

I enjoyed viewing your photos of my favourite city in the world. Haven't been since 05' but hopefully my wife will go there on business this year and I'll be forced to accompany her ;)))
Look forward to more photos.

Karen said...

I love door number 9 and think I have photos of it, too. It is so beautiful and the images above are lovely. It is in the Marais, isn't it?

I went to a collage/found art show nearby called Metamorphosis. It was my kind of art and I spent way too much money there.

Babooshka said...

That top shot looks like one of my blogging friends. You have to go to old Nice,Nimes and Montpellier. The third shot took me back there, the narrow alley ways. The boy is just too cute. Spot on with going for mono with one and three and colour for the kid.

LEon said...

Door no.9 is a classic!

Virginia said...

LEon,
Merci. Most of my viewers are fed up with DOORS! It is in the Marais, a hot bed for photographers!

Ken Mac said...

love that door!

Virginia said...

Well glad there is a groundswell for the doors The end is near, and I have thought long and hard about what to put on these final days. LONG LIVE THE DOORS. I have one or two more to thrill your souls.
V

jill said...

How could we ever get tired of seeing those fascinating doors?!? Love the reader, and the boy, both make me smile. And the narrow street beckons... Thanks V!!

Snapper said...

Love the narrow street picture. Thanks for all these wonderful images of Paris. I'm glad you're leaving this blog up and look forward to the new photos come May. Cheers!

Marc said...

Great door. Doors do have a special attraction. Wonderful color, very warm.