Wednesday, July 4, 2012

Running Through Paris


I can't imagine a more wonderful place for your Sunday morning run.  I'm sure you all know this bridge!

16 comments:

PerthDailyPhoto said...

A Sunday morning stroll would be even better, a chance to take it all in..is that the bookinists (sp?) I see there, oh the memories of searching through for interesting postcards, thanks Virginia.

Joe said...

Great photo. "Sunday Morning" and "Run" - I don't understand. Is this some sort of French habit.

Shell Sherree said...

I'll take the Sunday morning stroll instead. With a pastry...

Virginia said...

Hi J,
It was probably a American tourist that couldn't even go to Paris and relax over coffee and a pastry. :)
V

Shell, we will all join you. Come to think of it, I was strolling when I took it, but not with a pastry, too hard to hold the camera and munch at the same time!

arabesque said...

pont des arts maybe... ^0^
why sans the locks?
nice shot...

Harriet said...

I'll settle for a good stroll around Paris. Even that is sometimes too fast to take in all the beauty. Thankfully we have your photos to remind us of where we've been!

Happy Fourth of July!

Alexa said...

Love this composition, V. I'm up for a brisk walk, but run? Jamais! (Besides, I have to stop every few feet to take yet another photo.) :~}

Kris said...

A lovely stroll would suit me. :) I'm wondering if anyone dares to run up all those stairs?

Genie -- Paris and Beyond said...

Pont des Arts, bien sûr, but this was either taken before the "locks" or after the locks were removed (yet again). They are there now and a bright red one is mine!

Milton Ostetto said...

um belo dia para praticar exercicios que dao prazer

Starman said...

Certainement! You'd probably be surprised at how many Frenchies go for a run during the day.

Eyeliquor said...

Love it!

Jack said...

My Sunday morning run> Surely you jest. Sunday mornings are for coffee and newspapers on the porch.

La Mode Operandi said...

I don't know the brigade, but it sure looks great to step foot on!

Pamela said...

I would stroll too just to enjoy all the beauty!

Peter Olson said...

A historical photo - no padlocks! :-)