Wednesday, November 25, 2009

Paris Rouge X

Photographer's Luck??

When I started this Paris/French Rouge series I never dreamed I would be posting #10. And oui, I have more!

la Cité de l'Architecture et du Partrimone

la Lampe Rouge
Antiques Faire - St. Sulpice


Shell Sherree said...

You're making your own luck, Virginia ~ others wouldn't even notice the things you see.

Peter said...

More red than "Festival Rouge" is difficult! :-)

Laurent said...

I love your new header picture

*SparkleMirror* Kiln-Fired Art Studio said...

Gotta love the Paris Rouge... only your B&W's surpass your touch-of-red photos. There is something so elegant, soothing and meditative about these captures, and I've missed them so much... but here they are, and I am catching up as fast as I can. You are one master photographer, Virginia...

Virginia said...

Shell, Merci!

We had wine here but I never saw anything else about Festival Rouge around Paris. Do you know about it?

I like it too!

I'm so thrilled to see you back here. Thanks as always for your kind words. Now I need to get over to see what you've been doing!

Louis la Vache said...

«Louis» is enjoying your Paris Rouge series and is looking forward to more!

Starman said...

We've never been to la Cité de l'Architecture et du Partrimone. We almost booked a flight in December, but when it didn't take, we changed our minds, because we want to go to Montréal next summer.

Harriet said...

I think I can speak for everyone who follows your blog: Your photographs bring so much pleasure!

And I love the Paris Rouge series.

Virginia said...

Well thank YOU! It's all you nice readers and francophiles that make this blog so much fun for me.

You must see it, it's just wonderful.

I could talk about Paris till the cows come home!:)

Barb said...

What great photos....Barb

Katie said...

I like the small splash of red flowers in the Festival Rouge photo. I almost didn't notice it at first, and I saw the word "dessert" on the poster! I haven't been to la Cité de l'Architecture either, but I definitely plan on going there on my next Paris visit as it looks like a very interesting place (and has lovely red walls).

Virginia said...

May i just say ONE MORE TIME , that this museum is just the most fabulous!! Katie and Starman and all of you must go. Peter, Mary and I were blown away with it.

I"m so glad you all enjoy Paris Rouge as much as I do. I can squeeze out a few more and then it's time to return for more! :)

Louis la Vache said...

(ahem) Virginia - that should have been "I CUD talk about Paris 'til the cows come home..."

Virginia said...

HA! Of course mon ami!!! :)

Maya said...

I can't believe you found a red festival! Just your luck...

I love all the instruments in your other post too. Lovely!