Oh...I will bet listening to him was as good as dessert after your oysters!
Bonjour Genie, What a happy fellow he is.. I wish I could have been there... Sounds like you are having such a wonderful time.Enjoy!Penny
Beautiful portrait, Genie. I love the attitude, too. An accordionist in Paris... almost too good to be true, eh? [Please tell me he was not playing Piaf's "La Vie en Rose?!" :-) Veronique (French Girl in Seattle)
He's wonderful! I especially like the fact that he's in black and white, so much more atmospheric. Thank you.
Wonderful, Genie! I can hear him play in my mind! Love it! What a great capture! Hope your week is off to a good start! Enjoy, mon amie!HugsSylvia
He loves playing his instrument. It's obvious. And that must have made him even more fun to listen to. Thanks for sharing this photo, Genie! I love it. :)
Un petit air d'accordéon dans la rue en ville est toujours romantique et fascinant...Jolie photo.Gros bisous à vous.
Fantastic shot, chere Genie!He looks happy, and no matter how cliche...I love accordion music in Paris...I am humming along now! :)Bises,- Irina
Hope he was playing "La vie en rose".
Terrific portrait, Genie!
Such a cool portrait. He loves his music! You can see that.
This seems like someone who gets joy from his music. Delightful portrait, Genie.
what a wonderful, timeless portrait.
Marvelous portrait shot Genie, he looks like quite a character and of course I had to Google Podologie (shop in background) I had a feeling it was something to do with the feet!!
Wonderful portrait. Looks like it could be out of a book from the 1950s.
He looks like he really loves what he's doing.
He not only looks like he enjoys having his picture taken but also loves playing his accordion. :)
Even if I weren't a huge fan of the accordion, I would love this photo! The lines are very musical!
Quel beau portrait!
What a great shot. I can hear him play.
Thank you VERY MUCH for the dedication! I haven´t been to the Marché d´Aligre this time, but I will go there for sure, as it´s only a short hop from "my" apartment. Maybe I will see Monsieur l´accordéoniste...
So glad that you like my new Paris friend, and I will be looking for him again on my next trip to deliver his portrait. He was a bit of a card, a jovial sort. I guess if you are going to play on the streets of Paris, you need to be a bit outgoing.This is yet another example of why I love Paris so... you never know what the day holds. Get up early or you might miss some of it.Bises,Genie
It's a beautiful portrait and I imagine a nice music as well!Léia
I love this shot! It's one of those that I wish I took.
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