Quiet day, nice shot. Rue Lincoln, I recognize the sign of the cinema...
simply beautifully captured shot....lovely view!
Your photos make me wonder if I'll ever get to Paris! It's a temptation!
@ EG - Aw...you gotta go! I wasn't all that thrilled when it was suggested to me that Paris would be a great place for a 50th anniversary...but I fell in love with the place within 15 minutes of arrival...I'd be very happy if I could go back and live there - at least for a few years.It's so incredible. It can't be explained. It has to be experienced.
Jacob, I didn't want to go the first time, either. I can't even say I fell in love with it until I was there for a second time. Now it's like, do I want to go to heaven, or Paris? :) (that is just a manner of speaking, of course), but Paris has indescribable qualities. I'm so glad you found it so affecting.
A moment of real life! wow Brilliant!Léia ;)
Jacob is spot on with his comment on Paris and how it captivates everyone who has ever visited. My experience was similar;'I didn't really want to go the first time. Now, you can't keep me away.The Avenue des Champs-Élysées, in spite of its crass commercialism, is still THE avenue to see at least once. Even if you only go to Ladurée at number 75.
@ Tapirgal - I'll take Paris!
A wonderful photo, Jacob! Super capture, I like this.
Is incredibly beautiful and realistic: seemsa film scene!Beautiful shot, thanks!
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