Thursday, June 23, 2011

Paris Rouge LV - The Dancer


It's no secret that one of my most favorite "finds" in Paris are the dancers that gather every Sunday on rue Mouffetard. This lady's hair is of course one of my favorite  Paris Rouge "finds"!

16 comments:

Thirtytwo degrees said...

Oh dear, I so loved the coffee cup. Now it is gone...but the photo is nice that is replacing it, but I truly loved that idea of sharing Paris over coffee through your eyes. And the red haired dancer is probably unaware of how much attention she is getting...thanks.

Ann said...

I agree... those flaming red hair of hers are gorgeous.

PerthDailyPhoto said...

Beautiful auburn locks, she looks like she's got to be a dancer with that figure. Gorgeous image Virginia.

Shell Sherree said...

It's spectacular hair! I hope she's wearing sunblock. {Yes, I'm too practical sometimes.}

Peter said...

Not only red... it looks natural!

Janey and Co. said...

I love people watching with you!

Molly said...

I am excited to know there are dancers at rue Mouffetard every Sunday :)

Karena said...

Gorgeous redhead, even from this view you captured!

Xoxo
Karena

Art by Karena

Alexa said...

I think it would be hard to have hair that color and be shy—so I'll be she's not! Great shot, V.

M said...

And look at what a beautiful posture she has! You can always spot a dancer or a yogi by their backs! Shall we dance?

Jack said...

Gorgeous, Virginia. With her red hair, you can't miss her!

Simone said...

How interesting! I am in Paris for the week so will have to visit the street myself, love your dazzling dancer!

James said...

This is something that I've yet to witness in Paris but it sure sounds fun and I enjoy your photos!

Mister D said...

nice - au natural ?

orvokki said...

Dancers are the personal, the Parisians are personal, so what would be expected in Paris as a dancer. I like the wild hair of that color.

c'est Jeff ici said...

I love rue Mouffetard, especially on a Saturday morning when the street performers are playing. It's a nice easy stroll up the hill form Place Maubert. I usually sit for a while in one of the cafes at Place de la Contrescarpe to watch the activity and to write my thoughts in my journal. I walk down through the market looking for something special for dinner. On a really good day I can buy fresh cod and leeks. Easy to cook and truly delicious. On bad day, imagine a bad day in Paris, I eat lunch at Le Mouffetard. One of my favorite places in Paris to eat. It just screams "tradition!"