Friday, August 21, 2009

Le Tour de France......The Sequel

Bleu et un vélo

Rouge et un vélo
( SURELY a baby doesn't ride on that front seat!)

Pigeon et un vélo
( Don't let the pigeon ride the bike! My grandchildren will understand)


Apparently while I was busy photographing doors, strangers, everything rouge or bleu, etc. I picked up yet another fetish........ scooters and bikes. So here you go!

11 comments:

Thérèse said...

Could have been the cover to "The blue bicycle" by R. Deforges.

Karen said...

Great images. I like bicycles. They make great props and are fun to ride. The thing on the front of the rouge velo is for a crate or box. Probably for delivering things.. maybe pizza.

Harriet said...

J'adore le vélo rouge et les portes bleues!

Last night Richard and I started talking about when I might reschedule my trip to Paris.... Perhaps in the spring.....

Starman said...

In Fort Lauderdale, there is a blue bicycle that shows up in various parts of the city. I think it's supposed to be art, but.... At any rate, here is my picture of it:
http://farm4.static.flickr.com/3117/2789868943_c6deb28e66_b.jpg

Virginia said...

Starman,
What a cool bike. Even the tires are bleu! Trés belle!

Harriet,
How exciting! I love Paris in the springtime...........

alice said...

Don't renovate this blue door, please!

Oh said...

Je t'aime surtout tes photos de velos! Bien fait! And the church photos are lovely, but especially St Germain des Pres. It's been ages since I've visited there but these photos and your comments bring it all back in a lovely rush!

Virginia said...

Oh,
I am so glad my photographs evoke fond memories of Paris. They do so for me as well.
V

Alice,
I think the porte bleu is safe from renovation!

Maya said...

Great series! I loved all the bikes there!

Allan Alexandre said...

j'aime beaucoup votre œil qui offre un travail remarquable.


I love your eye offers a remarkable job

Pasadena Adjacent said...

Ha! that first photo looks familiar - so does the black cat but you'll have to fight for identity with Shell on that