Ah, reflections, reflections -- everywhere reflections! What a terrific capture for the day, Genie! Hope you have a great weekend! Enjoy!HugsSylvia
Voilà aussi qui est intéressant: un vrai atelier d'artiste! Et parfois, ils sont sous les toits, ce qui les rend encore plus typiques.Bisous, Genie!
Une artiste en pleine réflexion... et en pleine concentration... Great capture, Madame Genie. Veronique (French Girl in Seattle)
L'artiste est engagé.She is concentrating on her work, which is being prepared thoughtfully and lovingly.Marvellous photo, Genie. Thanks.
Hello Genie, I love it when the artists , from art to bakers, alow us to see how they do it..have a bon weekaendhugs&XX Colette
Beautiful reflections all over. Such a great photo.
Il est bon de retrouver vos oeuvres après plus de 6 semaines d'absence... Je rentre tout juste des Philippines...Une photo d'un lieu magnifique et plein d'intérêt...Gros bisous
You can tell she loves what she does.Sam
Sylvia said it so well. I couldn't stop looking at all the reflections, frames and lights ... And, of course, focusing on the artiste at work. Absolutely fascinating Friday photo!
i'm not sure I'd like to work under other people's eyes. But at the same time, i like to look at the artists working! :o)
She looks so concentrated in her work, this picture is beautiful!Léia
And they never seem to look up from their work even when you walk in their shop. I think it's a French thing! HAV
Great protrait shot of this artiste.
I love watching artisans while they are working. There is a restaurant here where I love to eat and watch the cooks prepare their food dishes and pizzas. I love the huge ovens and how the chefs seem oblivious to everything that is going on around them! She is certainly no different! LOL
I was thinking the same as Malyss. I like this.
I really like this shot, Genie. And I can attest that you don't really notice the people who stop to watch you. When I worked in a shoe-store-turned-modeling-agency in one of the passages, people actually used to stand in front of the vitrine and peer in at us while we sat around a big table and talked on the phone. Some were curious enough to come in and ask what we were selling. :~}
I love the idea of the hanging empty frames.
Beau B&W reflets Génie.
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