Excellent photo. So stark in black and white.
Terrific and, yes, stark, but perfect in B&W! Hope your week is off to a great start, Genie!HugsSylvia
... or she was investigating her mobile phone.. :DVery nice photo.Hugsorvokki
Beautyful shot, and a great beginning for a writing classroom!
see her big longchamp bag? she is up to something !
Il est bon parfois de faire une pause et ne rien penser ou de laisser aller ses pensées... en jouissant des rayonnements doux du soleil...Belle capture.Gros bisous
Nicely done, Genie.This is one of those shots that calls for B&W. Color was not an option.
Scene 1: With pensive relief Cherie sat before the fountain overwhelmed.Only moments before she had a heated discussion with her boss, told him what he could do with his job and tossed her IPhone into the fountain.Scene 2: The fluorescent office lights flickered as he slammed down the phone. How could she resign after everything he had done for her? Gerard spins his chair and gazes down to the square. Fifteen floors below there was Cherie, her head in her hands, free.
this is just beautiful, genie.
Such a beatttul shot!
Gosh that is a powerful shot.I love Joe's imagination but I feel something else.."Don't join him in Paris" fell on deaf ears...Would returning home now with a broken heart.. only serve to prove.. how right they had been ?
I like the title of this post, Mme. Genie! Sounds like a phrase in one of Chenier´s poems...Your photo is absolutely beautiful!
I think I can feel the warmth of the sun; great place to doze, dream and read! Lovely in B&W!
Beautiful shot! Makes me wonder what she was thinking about. "A picture speaks a thousand words" and this one sure speaks to that saying.
Beautifully captured, Genie! I like Joe's story, but there's nothing 15 stories tall anywhere near this spot—thank God!
I could use a day like that. Marvelous shot.
Love this shot!!!
quelle photo magnifique !!!
Wonderful image Genie, your B&W shots remind me so much of Doisneau's images of everyday life! I've enjoyed all the scenarios above about this shot, grea fun.
I love both the title and the photo. Well done!!
Gorgeous image, beautifully captured! :-)Evidently it is much warmer in Paris than here. Water fountains have no chance in the icy conditions prevailing here these days.Stay warm,merisi
A great shot - fabulous composition.
are the larmes meant to describe the fountain or the woman? (i couldn't tell if she was crying..)either way, this foto is tres provocatif!
Wonderful photo, really captured the moment and fantastic in black and white!
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