Yes Genie - vive les chefs!!I'm so happy they weren't smoking!With Paris as your focus, you have an endless cache of interesting slants on the city, apart from the buildings - as you have so well portrayed here!Love your post.Have a very happy week.Shane :)
And I do so love your vignettes of Paris and the lovely memories they evoke! Delightful capture as always, Genie, mon ami! Enjoy!Sylvia
They must be tired, no of them smiling...But an interesting picture for sure!
I love these brasseries, esecially Chez Julien, which I remember from waaay back when it was dirt-cheap.
Hmmmmm....Bofinger....they get tired cranking out all of those saucissons et choucroute! Miammmmm!!! Thanks for the great photo, Genie! :-)"
Very nice photo, taking a break, mmm would love to go inside.
Ask not what you can do for your country. Ask what's for lunch. - Orson Wells. Great photo.
This photo proves that one out three men smoke. Also it proves two out three men pay attention to you. Nice shot Genie.
Every good chef needs a break to soak up the sun and refresh for the next rush of hungry clients, excellent observation Genie.
Oh, this is the kind of shot an artist LONGS for, Genie! Just perfect! Did you get to eat there? Is it good?
Bofinger sends its sons out in the street.. I wish they would look happier..On the other hand, a job is a job. Like this kind of street photography and know it is not easy. Well done.
A great picture of some very busy men being casual for a bit.
What a great picture. I'm surprised one of them isn't smoking. I always see at least one of pastry chefs around here (in Brooklyn) having a smoke just outside the door.
It's a nice moment to take a picture, great shot!
You caught the cooks there, I caught the waiter! :)Great minds.V
The people of Paris! LOVE x
Great background for the white outfits. Nice portrait!
Thank you, Genie, for posting such a nice and encouraging comment on "The Border". I will answer there later but already wanted to let you know that I am delighted.
Uma pause de 5 minutos e nem tiram o seu chapéu :)Bom apanhado
Jill815 -- actually, the one in the middle is smoking (maybe that explains why he's the shortest of the three). :~} I always love your shots of Parisians going about their daily lives, Genie!
Great lighting. I also love the way the two men are eyeing you...did they bet you up after? lol
A break from baking. I love your capture.
It is a good shot, Genie. I like finding people who are nearby but each of whom is in his or her own world. There is some of that here. I don't know why that kind of image appeals to me . . .
This group was a mixed crowd and I (perish the thought) cropped out two young women and another guy, probably friends of this trio. I was using a telephoto lens and they may not have been too happy about "the capture" but I had already taken several shots, spoke as we walked by them and gave a friendly wave. Grrrrr.... another crazy American photographer.The temptation was too much as the background color was a nice contrast and the lighting (morning sun) was perfect. They just looked the part of the Paris chef and cooks.Andy, thank you for that personal, kind comment. Paul, where have you been?? I have missed your sardonic wit!Fábio and Pedro, new to my blog, thank you for your comments.Oh, I have not eaten there but it is quite famous. Have any of you?Bisous,G
What a great shot!
I'm surprised they all aren't smoking cigarettes. Isn't that the big stereotype there? - that everyone smokes. haha.How did they react after taking their photo?
Compte tenu qu'en France les employés aussi ne peuvent plus fumer à l'intérieur des établissements, nous pouvons apercevoir beaucoup d'entre eux faire une pause dehors...Très jolie photo.gros bisous
I passed by Bofinger the day before yesterday, unfortunately at a time where everybody was busy inside.
A great streetphotography.
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