Saturday, March 16, 2013

Duet

Sunday on rue Mouffetard

Christian Bassoul, who is  always on hand to play the accordion, and Viviane, who dances and often sings a solo.

12 comments:

Starman said...

You can see they're really into the performance.

Angelsdoor * Penny said...

I love it Virginia... I can almost hear the music.. Beautiful photo.

Dianne said...

Ah! You've captured a special moment !

"All Things French"

c'est Jeff ici said...

rue Mouffetard is always special. We make a point of taking all of our visitors there and they all love it. Early in the day the market is exciting, at night it has a romantic atmosphere, Place de la Contrescarpe has a Hemingwayesque appearance and feel and last but not least Le Mouffetard restaurant is about as authentic as they get for market street cafés. So, even when the street performers are not there it is well worth a visit. On many Saturday mornings you can find me at Le Contrescarpe either writing or sketching, something is always going on!

ALAIN said...

La rue Mouffetard est plus connue pour ses restaurants grecs que pour ses accordéonistes. Le marché reste cependant très pittoresque.

Connie said...

I love this . . . oh, how I wish I were there to hear them.
Beautiful :)
Your blogging sister, Connie :)

beatrice De said...

Belles gueules de titis parisiens.

Quartier phare de la ville de Paris pour les touristes.
N'est-ce pas là, que, vos tous premiers pas parisiens, vous ont guidés ?
Bon dimanche, ma chère, où vos pas vont-ils vous guider aujourd'hui '¨

beatrice De said...

Je me suis * gourée* de poste... Le commentaire pour le quartier phare, aurait du être publié à Montmartre !

Alexa said...

What a fabulous shot, V! I'd love to know what they were singing.

James said...

Like a blast from the past! I was walking on that very rue last Saturday.

Palomasea said...

Oh, I would have loved to have seen (and heard) them...
So lovely, dear Virginia!
xoxo

Genie -- Paris and Beyond said...

His glance is disconcerting... the portrait is great!