Yes I would love to be there! Great photo Genie.Wishing you a beautiful weekend.fondly,Penny
Count me in! I would love to be there, too! Terrific capture as always, Genie! Enjoy!HugsSylvia
OK, we win - we will be there all of May. Join us. It's my wife's 60th birthday. I said Paris or diamonds. She said both and I said, non-non, so its Paris.Yes Genie - the waiters are cute.
The guy must have ordered something really good, for the smile on his face...God bless you!Cezar
you've sent us on a virtual journey to this delightful moment. we are sitting just beside you, adjusting our scarves and waiting for this young waiter to turn his attention to us.
Me too - with camera in hand. So where will we meet?Bisous
Great shot...throw in a little pastis on the side...
I want to be there, too!!! "Les Philosophes", I guess?
I don't think that you are the only one who would like to be in Paris right now. Like the B&W with this photo. Never gave much thought to the attractiveness of waiters; perhaps I'll notice more now, but maybe it's just Paris waiters?
I think it's their attire --- crisp white shirts, vests and long aprons .... Looks and attitudes don't hurt either ;)
hello Genie -- have to start catching up again -- sigh -- Another gem for your portfolio!! We don't have to travel to Paris ourselves -- we just peruse your wonderful gallery.
I have to agree, this guy made for the perfect shot.
The fact that they are more often than not, young males?
moi aussi !
I wouldn't mind sitting next to the gentleman either! :)V
Don't regret it too much, it's chilly and grey! You may have to sit inside! :-)
I think a high percentage of them seem to be very appealing young men Genie, and also they look so handsome in an apron haha!
I think it's the long apron Genie!!!Of course...the fact that he's good looking doesn't factor in at all!!!
Yes photogenic, I also like the motion captured. Its kind of routine, but with b/w and an interesting composition becomes attractive!
People watching in Paris... a great pastime :-)
One of my favorite activities in Paris, is to watch irate American tourists (which the gentleman with the paper obviously isn't) jump up and leave in a huff because the waiter didn't rush over and "introduce" himself.
Me too. The Marais is my favorite district.
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