Thursday, December 6, 2012

Rue Soufflot - les trois amies



Rue Soufflot


The grand rue between the Panthéon and Jardin du Luxembourg
has many interesting windows, architectural elements,
and a few signs.


I do not think that photographers say, "Watch the birdie!" any longer.



Rue Soufflot
75005, Paris

16 comments:

Sylvia K said...

I think you're right, Genie!! What a great shot and I do love the sign!! Hope your week is going well!!

Hugs
Sylvia

M said...

Great sign ... Now everyone just says "smile" :)

Kristie Franklin said...

Cute photo! This camera reminds me of the old type camera on a stand where the photographer covered his head and snapped the picture. :)

Pierre BOYER said...

Yesss !!!
:-)

Pierre

French Girl in Seattle said...

J'aime bien les trois petites amies, Genie! Veronique (French Girl in Seattle)

Joe said...

This is a very creative sign. Looks particularly good contrasted against that beautiful blue winter sky.

orvokki said...

Really lovely !
Hugs.

Ricardo Miñana said...

Muy bonita la foto gracias por compartir.
Ya ha llegado el mes mas entrañable del año, cargado de alegrías para unos y lleno de nostalgias para otros por los seres mas queridos que ya no están, al mismo tiempo con la tristeza de todas aquellas personas sin hogar, de todo corazón deseo que la paz y la felicidad visiten tu casa y disfrutes de estas fiestas con tus familiares.
un abrazo.

Andy said...

This sign is unique. I sure would like want one for myself.

Irredento Urbanita said...

Hehehehee, No cheer no birdies, that photo is really natural, fresh. Hugs.

Val

Barcelona Daily Photo

Alexa said...

There you go, looking up again. :~} (Do you ever wonder what photogs like Atget and Cartier-Bresson and Brassai would make of digital photography?)

Starman said...

So it's either a photo shop, a bird store or a girl's store? Or maybe a combination of the three?

Janey and Co. said...

How sweet. I saw may of those type signs all over France.

Oakland Daily Photo said...

Sweet sign. The street's name sounded familiar and then I remembered. Eons ago on an early trip to the City of Lights I stayed in a small hotel on this street. I remember it best for the flocked wallpaper that covered every wall and the ceiling. And the fact that a lot of the strips were peeling. Definitely not a 5 star but the location was fabulous and the staff was wonderful.

ALAIN said...

C'est le look V° arrondissement ?

Sketchbook Wandering said...

Oh I want to be there! I so love this part of Paris!