How fun! And, oh, how I needed a smile this evening!! Thank you, mon amie! Hope your week is off to a great start! Enjoy!HugsSylvia
Awesome! I love le Petit Prince de St Exupery. It was good seeing him again. From a new follower, Veronique aka French Girl in Seattle (posting from Nice, Côte d'Azur for a few more days ;-)
Oh that is so cool ♥love it ♥
Am still in Provence but thought I d have a peek at Paris.
Superbe photo! tu as eu de la chance de rencontrer le 'petit prince';le commentaire est fort de sens!bonne journée Genie.
Oh, sweet and drole! I love the way the sunlight falls on him, too. I hope you're having a beautiful week, Genie.
He looks as if at any moment he will step out of the doorway and race down the street! Great capture, Genie! ^_^
Funny fellow, looking handsome with his blond hair and waving scarf. What about your comment about the pond yesterday, I watched it closely and it is a frog. I don't think it is a fountain because there was another already in the pond. You are a keen watcher anyway!
What a coincidence, I was only this week, browsing through the book....nice foto!
What a wonderful find.
Sweet! I love the Little Prince, though this modern version of him looks more like Charlie from Charlie and Lola. I'll stick to the original I think.
What a wonderful find Genie, Montmartre is the most interesting place. Perfectly captured.
Glad you have this memory of him!
What, pray tell, is it?
Oh, what a find! How cute!
Seems to be paper glued on . I hope he is still there so I can find him myself!V
Obviously not painted on the fence (or whatever the background may be), what was is made of?
Genie,I love that! It is so sweet. I am a huge fan of the Little Prince.Kris
Il ressemble certainement au petit prince de Saint Exupéry. Un petit prince qui pourrait marcher hors d'un mur.Photo passionnante. Bien sûr!
Great picture. I am enjoying all the pictures from of this really beautiful country. Thank you for sharing.
What a great find. Paris is always full of surprises and how fortunate we are that you have a keen eye to find those surprises!
Did you draw a sheep for him? did you give him a rose?.. if not, maybe he's gone now..
The "guy" is so nice. Nice capture :)
Well, at least their street artists are fans of French literature.
Nice find, Genie! I was kind of thinking what Dive said and wondering what St. Exupéry would think of this rendition.
To all who recognized this prince I salute you. I knew him in an instant but preferred his old fashioned look. Maylss, I should have offered him a rose!He was found on the door leading from the street into the courtyard of the museum. My guess is that I will not see him there again, but one never knows.I am in the land of "the mouse" again but will fly home tomorrow with the help of some Tinkerbell dust (and prayers for the Delta bird)A bientot,Genie
What a wonderful find. I love it.
Just magical Genie - thank you!Happy Wednesday.Shane x
Well spotted!Have a look at my favorite invaders:http://pencilandbox.blogspot.com/2010/11/well-always-have-paris.html
Pet -- Loved your collage of the Invaders! Merci...
How charming! This is my favorite book in the world!!!
Parisian heart -- So nice to see you here again and I hope that your summer is going well! Bises, G
A Paris paste up. Love the concept.
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