Thursday, September 23, 2010

Les Roses Jaunes

POUR MOI???

Well actually non, but I enjoyed passing them as I walked to the Metro one day on rue St. Antoine. I was visiting Paris Karin's blog the other day and realized she and I had captured the exact chaise avec fleurs. Have a look at hers and her blog.

12 comments:

Karin (an alien parisienne) said...

And here it is. :) Thank you so much for linking me up here, and this is a lovely photo of the yellow roses on the same chair! What good eyes we have, dear! (I could not resist that. I see that you are a fellow former elementary school teacher, and I am sure you will know the reference -- modified slightly from "big" to "good"). :D

Be well, and I'm looking forward to your next photographic trip to Paris and to visiting your blog more often. (I actually have "lurked" here a lot -- I may have even commented a long time ago. I definitely enjoy your photography!)

TheChieftess said...

How interesting...I wonder what the story is behind the roses...they are different bouquets...but in the same spot with similar note??? A mystery to be solved for sure!!!

Amelia & Mihai-Stefan CHIRCA said...

Wonderful coincidence! Wonderful photos!

M said...

Were you triplets separated at birth??? Lovely photo -- I like the roses but I would just adore having the chaise.

黄清华 Wong Ching Wah said...

wonderful setup, details and lighting... very nice work !

Daryl said...

She seems to have got her's earlier in the day .. ;-)

Genie -- Paris and Beyond said...

Virginia, lovely shot and I think that I have a similar photo of a vase of flowers on an old metal chair but probably not the same florist.

I would like that chair also!
G

Carla said...

Lovely roses, you deserve them. I love that shop. Carla

Alexa said...

Well, that makes three of us now to fight over the wonderful weathered chair! You and Karin both have an excellent eye, V.

Paris Paul said...

Greta minds think alike. Or, as we say in French, "Les grands esprits se rencontrent" (Great minds meet).

Laurent said...

la blanche est pour vous !

Half-heard in the Stillness said...

Quintessentially Paris...beautiful yellow roses and one white one...such aplomb!