This is beautiful. I love how the Parisians show their love so openly - it's infectious!
Voilà une très belle image...
Ah Paris! The picture has reminded me Robert Doisneau's classic "The Kiss in Front of City Hall".You should try it in black and white!
Sigh … I suddenly feel very old.I love the way she's casually studying her nails. Parisian women have such style.
amazing how there is always more in a photo than one sees at first glance... i had not noticed the nail studying thing. such a great picture
Ah what a lovely moment Genie, young love..I saw a similar thing while walking yesterday, very nice to see in this hectic, often crazy world.
Only in Paris are young lovers so expressive! Well, I did see it in Rome one time, but they were sitting in front of the French Embassy.
It's a picture that engages on a variety of levels. Hmmmmmm.Great photo.
Time to 'get a room'? hahahaha
Took one look at the bench and hedge and thought, "Palais Royal"!!! I've been hanging out there too much! HAI hope she's thinking tender thoughts and not thinking she needs to get a manicure tomorrow or worse yet, there is on cell phone in her hand! :)V
He has an awfully large teething ring.
Perfect capture of a French afternoon! I love it! I, too, love their openness in showing affection! Yep, lots of style here! Delightful capture as always, Genie!! Hope you have a wonderful weekend, mon amie!HugsSylvia
Très belle photo Genie, tu as saisi une belle expression!
If only she were checking her e-mail, it would be perfect.
Your picture with two lovers on a bench shows what I think in a lovely way: a bench is an island for lovers, an oasis, a protected aera just for them..Pretty picture!
Interesting how some of us see love and others see a cell-phone, mirror or nail-checking! Nicely caught though, Genie.
Je viens de regarder toutes tes dernières photos Genie, c'est un régal. Bravo pour tous ces regards de la vie quotidienne.xx Danielle
There is something so romantic about black and white pictures. It's wonderful.
She is a lot less attached to him than the first glance suggests. I see more interest in how her nails look.
You are such a sneaky woman! (I really like that about you. :~} Made me think immediately of that great Georges Brassens song.
oh yes ! Definitely, the french song that matches with this lovely picture is Georges Brassens' song "Les Amoureux des bancs publics". This is a very sweet picture. Bises !(Ps : yes ! I'm back!)
Hi Genie,This is such a tender image. The French really know how to show affection without caring what anyone else thinks. I love this about them.I had to laugh when I read your comment under my post The Pink Pig about being obsessed with linens. It is also a terrible obsession with me as well. If given the choice of a new purse, some new shoes or some Cote Bastide (my favorite) or any other beautiful linens old or new guess which one of the three I would choose? Ha, you guessed it!Kris
Ah, l'amour, toujours l'amour. Lovely photo.
Très, très belle! Il a l'air d'avoir tant besoin d'être materné, et elle tient si bien son rôle;o)***Bises et belle fin de semaine, Genie****
Is she checking out her manicure? Great capture.
Cynical me says she might be looking at a tiny cell phone...
It's not a cliché...it's a slice of life! Love the scene, and since it is in Paris...even better!!Come visit me at my new abode:http://mysantafe-kate.blogspot.com/
You've definitely captured the essence of LOVE here. They look so adorable and quite comfortable. What really stands out to me is his ring and his hands on her legs. I wonder what they could have been talking about?
This is a brilliant picture! A candid shot like this is possible only with extreme caution...
There is so much love in that photo-and compassion....
Oh my gosh. Such a tender picture. Makes my eyes misty. What a great shot. Heavy sigh. xox Alexandra
Beautiful shot!!! How is this for a caption? "Don't fret mon cher, I'm pretty sure the baby is yours?"
Interesting how some people see ardor in this photo and others see disengagement. Count me among the latter. Thanks of this one.
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