It does indeed look like the perfect spot!! You always manage to capture those, Genie!! That's why it's always fun to wind down my day with a visit to your blog! Hope your week is going well!HugsSylvia
Nice shot! Clicking the photographer :)
With script in hand the director was furious. This was supposed to be the defining moment in the movie, the instant where everything became clear. It was all wrong. Nothing was going as it should. Every time Lucinda gave Gerard that all knowing gaze that damned fountain burst into life ruining the scene.
A great candid image - I need to dust down my camera!Bisous
We have a friend who did fashion week in Paris and Milan last year. She hated working as a model, even in Paris. She's home now and back in school. Hope this model has better luck. The photographer at least looks cheerful. How could working in Paris be bad?
Très bonne photo, prise de l'instantané! où est la star du film ? hahaha !bisescath.
Great capture, Genie ... Love all the story lines your photo could lead us to. Also, she must be a French girl!!
Most places in Paris are great for shooting movies!
Funny I was there once and saw a fashion shoot! It must be the place to go in Paris. I think so too!V
Hello Genie:we always dream of being 'discovered' one day....perhaps if we wait around the fountain in the Jadin du Palais Royal???.....Pleased to see that she has her fur wrap to keep her warm!
what a contrast ...
The poor girl on the left looks like she's freezing!
I think a photoshoot rather than a movieshot. The model looks rather cold, poor girl.
Love the fountain in the background and of course the French girl with her fur wrap and her hair wrapped in a tight bun. :)
Speaking of freezing. I saw a shoot in Feb in the Tuiliries and the poor model was doing a wardrobe change behind a sheet they were holding up...brrrrr
Excellent water shot.
i might be dreaming but from afar, he looks like Romain Duris. ^0^
There are a lot of great locations for a photo shoot in Paris!
Merci for your comments!