Thursday, January 8, 2009

Two Doors and a Bistro


" Another Door??"
Montmartre

Artist Jérôme Mésnager's work can be found all over Paris.
Paris DP featured it here.
le Marais

"Yellow Leaves"

9 comments:

roentarre said...

The street appears so artistic and moody

Karen said...

Lovely. The leaves were gone when I was there and those are doors that I missed but are so essentially Paris.

I'm home but it will be awhile before I feel it. I'm still on Paris time and having problems adjusting to the US keyboard and not saying "merci" when served a meal.

Yesterday's photos were of a place where I spent a lot of time. It was so near my hotel and I used it for a shortcut most days. I liked peeking through the tinted windows to watch the workers.

I really miss Paris.

Virginia said...
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Virginia said...

Ahhh yes, I said, "Merci" when served a hot dog not long after I returned. My French class starts soon. I hope to improve!!!

BABOOSHKA said...

Have you been having dodgy comments? I have had a rash of them this week. The Bistro reminds me of Montpellier. I recommend that city to all, not touristy, but very French and welcoming.
What is grafitti in one counrty is always art in France re the door.

Virginia said...

Oh B,
I agree , but this is NOT graffiti pour moi. I love the acrobatic feel these have. Gang scrawl is not "art" in my opinion.
V

Ken Mac said...

i could wander these streets forever

Peter said...

I also talked about graffiti and Mésnager (http://peter-pho2.blogspot.com/search/label/Graffiti)! Have to make some publicity! :-))

Virginia said...

Ah Peter, I should have done a search on your blog! Thanks for adding that for us.

B, No "dodgy" comments, just typos! HA

KM, Paris is your kind of place for sure. Ever been?