Oops! now should we have taken a left back there?? Love the hats and gloves. xx"All Things French"
Sweet Genie, you have amazing ideas for the titles!The girls are adorable, absolutely gorgeous!And the reflections lights are superb!The girl at the right size, looks so interesting in something out there, her expression is unique and your picture is awesome, you have captured the moment, and now it's eternal! bises and happy weekendLéia
Heureux temps de la jeunesse qui s'extasie sur les manèges! Cela nous ramène, nous aussi, quelques années en arrière...Je me souviens que pour gagner un tour gratuit, il fallait attraper la queue à Mickey.Bonne journée, Genie!
I like your title and love the babies faces!So much to see around!
That's a wonderful title, Genie, and those little sweeties are adorable. Oh, to be born with that je ne sais quoi.
The expressions on their faces are priceless...worth a million dollars. How much fun they must have during their spin in the world.
The title is parfait! I believe Miss Daisy had a very similar bonnet. What a great slice of life. The girls couldn't be cuter and the light reflections are beautiful.
How lovely - I love the carousels that they have EVERYWHERE in France. xx
Love the title of this post! Cute photo too.
Oh they are adorable. The one on the right looks like a little old lady! :)V
Darling little girls!
Too cute, and best of all, no need to stop and ask for directions.
Very nice and very cute! Mittens!By the way, I LOVE your header photo!
Cute little girls and a terrific capture.
Oh, SO cute and pretty reflections on those windows!
Priceless, delightful reflections, Genie! I love them and the look on those two little faces! Perfect! Hope you have a wonderful weekend!Sylvia
This is classic! I can picture this framed or as a poster on a wall. It would make a great greeting card too.
How wonderful!Happy weekend reflections." Regina "
Oh, someone was distracted ay all the pretty lights of Paris!
Elles sont mignonnes! How many little girls does it take to drive a car?—or maybe this is the Driver's Ed vehicle. :~} Nicely captured. Bon weekend!
Cute and christmassy!I love les danseuses du Palais Garnier.
Absolutely precious Genie!!! Their expressions are priceless! Wonderful capture...
This is extra cute. The girl on the right (as we face them) has an expression of such wonder, and the lights radiate from her! May lights continue to radiate from her throughout her life.
I know I said I didn't see any going counter-clockwise, but I have this video from Place de la République: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3KGccjc6TGA
Genie, so darling!! The girls are a delight!Have a wonderful weekend...xoxoKarenaArt by Karena
What pretty little ladies.
I can't tell if they are enjoying it, enduring it or just mesmerized. I was always terrified of rides when I was little so I'm probably just projecting my fears on these little darlings. They are precious. The pink hat is adorable!
Genie, This is adorable! I love allyour pictures and enjoy your blogso much! Always makes me homesickfor Paris, though!JaneFlora Doora
A burst of light reflected off the glass and two little ones with rapt interest on what's outside - marvelous photo!
Love it. Looks like lots of fun. Their expressions say a lot. Next time maybe you can take a ride and take a picture from the inside. That would be too funny.
Dianne -- Such the proper ladies... of courseLéia -- You are so kind and I am glad that you like these little children... They were adorable as they tried out several different vehicles on the manège...Happy weekend to you and Cezar and Luna!Richard -- Avec tous les manèges en France tu peut sûrement trouver un pas à Mickey... (Tu me fait rire)Malyss -- They were with grandparents and two others... full of energy!Shell -- Merci, I think we are all born with it but we grow up and lose itCarol -- Merci, mon amieKate -- I think that they rode more than once... what fun!Forest Dream Weaver -- Merci, and I love your beautiful images but no way to commentMarie -- The little one on the left looks so intent on driving... too cute!Diane -- And I hope to track down all of them in Paris, mon amie!EG -- They are dressed a bit like ladies of a certain esteemed class.Virginia -- Oh, I agree... sisters, of courseNadege -- Merci, mon amie... so nice to see you here... bon weekend!Rob -- Hah! No directions needed on this manège...Pat -- It was very cold that day and mittens were advised... thank you for the comment on my header. I love it too... Merci!Karen -- Merci... I have several blurred photos once they got to spinning on the carousselCarolyn -- The reflections are from the underside of the carousel... Merci!Sylvia -- I hope that you have a wonderful weekend too, mon amie.James -- I would love to give those grandparents a copy... so cute!Regina -- Merci!Lesley -- I think that those children were regulars hereAlexa -- Driver's Ed - hahaha! At least the little one on the left has both hands on the wheel... The other precious is a bit distracted! merci...Ciel -- Merci, and glad that you like les danseuses aussi!Halcyon -- Merci et bon weekend... safe travels, mon amieChieftess -- Merci... glad that you like Thelma and Louise hereJack -- And we wish that for all children... lovely thoughts... at that age they just absorbe everything around themStarman -- I need to go to that one yet... thanks for the link!Karena -- Merci, my friend! Wishing you a great weekend too...Loree -- As my mom would say, "cute as a button!"Tammy -- Oh, they were definitely enjoying it... the whole crowd was full of energy and rode it several timesJane -- Merci... I am glad that this is a remembrance of good times past for you!Lew -- Merci... I think that the one on the right was watching her little brother on the next car (a rocketship)Bill -- Funny? Only if there was someone to get my photo from this same vantage point - hah!
How fun. This brought back really good memories.
Randy -- Well I have dibs on the rocket, but I'll share a turn with you... bon weekend!
I love it when kids have no idea how cute they are! And the hat of the right child -priceless!
Too cute! Their expressions are so sweet.
Jeannette -- Kids enjoy just "being" without self-consciousness... So fun to see. Thanks for your commentsBrittany -- Merci, mon amie... I am off to check on what you have cooked up this weekend!
This is a wonderful shot for Weekend Reflections!
Très belle cette composition... Le carrousel s'efface pour ne laisser place qu'à un oeuf de verre, fragile, une capsule d'éternité fendant l'univers avec à son bord le futur à l'état d'enfance... J'aime décidément beaucoup, bravo !
Hi Genie...it’s the other Genie here. Oh, my....this photo just warms my heart. I love their pensive looking eyes, their mouths, the white gloves on the child on the left, and the lights of the carrousel ride are beautiful. What a fine capture. It makes me think back on all the time we took the children to Walt Disney World. Hugs.
'Driving Miss Daisy'! :-) How very cute, Genie, wonderful capture.
Cute girls enraptured by the wonder of it all. And they're better dressed than I am.
Margaret -- Merci, mon amie.'Tsuki -- C'est vrai... un oeuf de verre avec ces précieux enfants... tes mots français sont envoûtants... I love the message you saw in this photo... MerciGenie -- Love to see you here... two Genies make for much mischief! These darlings are typical of children everywhere with the wonderment seen in their eyes... Merci!JM -- Merci... I wondered if many people other than Americans would understand the titleOakland -- They were dressed "to the 9s" and for the cold weather... Thanks!
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