You do get some great captures! Love this B&W! Hope you had a good weekend!HugsSylvia
This is fabulous. And what a wonderful place to walk. Speaking of which, i must do a lot tomorrow to make up for what i didn't do today! Too much sitting. Not enough walking. My husband is quite a football fan, and i joined in and watched. For too long. LOL A no-no. Love this pic, Genie! :)
Very beautiful composition and I like a lot b&w choice!Léia
I can see the velocity of his pace!
Love this capture...the woman on the right makes it that much more interesting.
I am in love with this shot, dear Genie...please, oh please, come out with a book!! :)))What a treat to see your message!I, too, usually make banana bread with sour cream (Martha's recipe), so I was curious about this variation..it was scrumptious!Merci encore, and I wish you a glorious week, chere amie...Bisous,- Irina
Hello Genie:The central figure looks so interesting. Could we not all weave some tale about him and, of course, to where he is headed? Such a very clever shot and all in monochrome which adds to the intrigue.
Wonderful photo! Happy you made it to Chartres!
The perfect picture for black and white. The solid black of the suit against the grey tones in the balance of tho photo provides a great focal point.
He told his story, performed his chivalrous duty, and then went on his way ...
Vraiment superbe cette photo !!!Laurehttp://ptitesphotosdelolo.blogspot.fr/
Very nice, has the feel of a Cartier-Bresson photo.
I love his photo , I love men with hats and nice overcoats.great shot.
C'est très bien! Les deux marcheurs.
Ou bien les marcheurs? In any case, I like this...he seems to be an artsy sort...
Hi Genie, Lovely image and great architecture!
Genie,He looks rather dapper in his black hat and coat strolling down the street. Do people still wear a lot of black in Paris these days? :)
Oh this is terrific!V
Talent in this form is even more of a gift when shared - love your pictures - thank you fro sharing
Tu as pris une photo très belle et puis j'aime le blanc et le noir.Passe une bonne nuit.Erika
I absolutely love this one, Genie. I like well-composed scenes from ordinary life.
Thank you all for your comments on my gentleman today, and I will let you in on a little secret. This photo is just what my camera saw that day. I almost cropped out the young lady on the right. In color her hair is a beautiful red and her dress is shades of lavender and purple. In color she was too pretty and distracting from my main character, but in black and white she just seemed to be a part of the story, walking in opposition to Monsieur.à bientôt,Genie
J'adore cette image Genie, the tall man mid stride..fabulous.
Love the buildings.
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