You always get such great shots, Genie! Hope you're having a great time! It does look like it!Sylvia
Le vin chaud,avec de la cannelle, en cette saison, est très apprécié.Bon week-end, Genie!
Imagine that. Your photo also caught a attractive lady taking pictures.
Great to find someone else who loves the texture of walls. I have taken photographs of just walls - with nothing else in the picture.Warm regards
...and a very fashionable photographer.
Plays tricks on the eyes!
It's a little cool this am. I'll like some vin chaud! WEll maybe it's a bit too early ! LOLSafe travels chère Genie, It's hard, so hard to say good au revoir to Paris!xxV
Is that Peter? It sort of looks like him and yet, not.
Oh Genie, what a great photo!
And the texture of a kind Frenchman...
Neat shot, Genie!When «Louis» lived in Paris, he rarely (if ever) went to the 18 ème, so he is making note of the treasures you are finding there.
Yes, I recognise Peter, too. I agree with the very kind, not sure about the Frenchman tag. Although, he has lived there for so very long now ... you are on your return journey by now. I hope the skies are gentle on you, Genie.'Til we meet again, next May ...
I love it!
OOOOHHH --- Love, love, love this cool photo. The texture is wonderful and the wonderful subjects (you and Peter) are fantastic!
Not quite a Frenchman, but likes to be considered as! :-)
Great photo! I hope you stopped in :) The couple who run this resto adopted me when I lived up the street for 5 years, and are some of the nicest people you'll ever meet--not to mention the food is fantastic!
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