Monday, April 15, 2013

Reconnaisant


Sometimes the photographer has to lay the camera down and savor the moment.  There wasn't much water in the fountain, but the rain had stopped and the sun was out at the Palais Royal.   I was exceedingly grateful to be in that place on such a beautiful Sunday in Paris.

15 comments:

Angelsdoor * Penny said...

Virginia, is that you relaxing in the chair? I love this photo.
Enjoy your evening
fondly,
Penny

French Girl in Seattle said...

Reconnaissante, as you should be. Reconnaissants, as we all are, to you, for taking all these great shots of Paris... :-) Veronique (French Girl in Seattle)

Joe said...

A wonderful way to spend an afternoon.

Lost in Provence said...

Isn't it true? Yesterday we headed out to the country and to explore a new village that we had never been to and I made a conscious choice to LEAVE THE CAMERA AT HOME. It felt really good! :)

Paulita said...

How nice that someone else snapped a photo of you. Glad you had a chance to put your feet up and enjoy the sunshine.

Peter Olson said...

A few minutes break is nice!! ... and then, up and photographing again! :-)

Dianne said...

Just Perfect .... did you pop over to Le Grande Vefour for a snack?

"All ThingsFrench"

Malyss said...

Unusual and funny portrait of you!:o)

PerthDailyPhoto said...

How could you not be Virginia, is the next chair free :)

Jeanie said...

You look SO in your element!

Alexa said...

My, my—don't you look right at home? :~}

MadAboutParis said...

I'm always thrilled to have one of my photos on the FAMOUS "PTML"...Virg you are an easy subject, thanks for trusting me with your camera!!!
xx,
M

Starman said...

But you should always have your camera at the 'ready' because you just never know what might suddenly appear.

TheChieftess said...

C'est magnifique!!!

vrenisviennadailyphoto.blogspot.com said...

One of the best ways to have a break in Paris!