Thursday, November 10, 2011

Musique Improvisée


Le Pied a Terre on rue Mouffetard is a favorite of mine.  The street dining is limited to two tiny tables perched precariously on the uneven sidewalk.   While enjoying a nice café, this gentleman serenaded his companion and the delighted passersby.

17 comments:

martinealison said...

Un des charmes de la ville et de certains quartiers... Bisous et merci pour cette belle photo.

Bienvenue chez French Girl in Seattle... said...

Don't know le pied-à-terre but I love la rue Mouffetard! Great shot, Virginia. Veronique (French Girl in Seattle)

la Brocanteuse said...

The images you share allways make me want to be THERE! thank you for the delight. Greetings Col - Afrique du Sud

Elizabeth Eiffel said...

Another great candid shot. Unfortunately we have never visited this rue on the weekend.
Warm regards.

Shell Sherree said...

Two tables? One would feel very lucky to score a seat. Lovely in the B&W, dear V. Hugs to you and Meepsie...

M said...

How romantic! Wonderful photo!

Castles Crowns and Cottages said...

MARVELOUS SHOTS of daily life: LA VIE QUOITIDIENNE!!!!! Anita

ALAIN said...

La musique, c'est encore plus sympa quand il n'y a pas de haut-parleur.

La Petite Gallery said...

Oh! wish I was there.
I'd love to stay in Paris for 2 weeks, so much to see and FEEL.

yvonne

Daryl said...

what a perfect shot .. so very Parisian!

Starman said...

His companion doesn't seem all that interested.

Jack said...

Another fine discovery for you today, Virginia. I wonder how they make money with only two tables, one of which is occupied by a guy playing the guitar.

jennyfreckles said...

Next time I go to Paris I might even remember that delightfully named street Rue Mouffetard and find the café.

James said...

Great shot! Looking at the sign I guess you took this on a Wednesday.

Alexa said...

And you! Wonderful shot, V!

Bill said...

Wonderful picture. How do people have the guts to just sit out and perform like that?!

parisbycellphone.com said...

I LOVE this shot. Everything about it. The guitar, the mans expression, the woman next to him... Everything about this shot screams of authenticity. Well done!