Thursday, March 6, 2014

Le Grand Vefour



Le Grand Vefour


Unfazed by the drizzling rain and without concern for traffic,
this chic woman walked like she owned the street
...and the famous Grand Vefour.





Must be a French girl



Rue de Beaujolais
Palais Royal
75001, Paris

17 comments:

William Kendall said...

There is definite confidence in her. Good shot!

martinealison said...

Il est bon de se promener tôt le matin alors que la ville vous appartient !... Une très jolie capture photographique.
Gros bisous à toi ma chère Génie.
Un grand merci pour ton adorable petit mot.

Joe said...

A tres chic image Genie. It looks like a classic from an age gone by.

weekend et coup de brosse said...

Très joli post ! je connais très bien cette rue !
Have a nice day.
Cath.

Jane and Lance Hattatt said...

Hello Genie:

We can only echo what Joe has said. This is indeed a wonderful image and so, so French!

Andy said...

High class and lonely.

Debs said...

Yes must be. There's something I love about a black and white photo with only one person in it. Has a little sense of mystery. :)

M said...

Vraiment! I wonder if she went into Vefour or L'Entracte? Surely she was meeting a charming monsieur!

Angelsdoor * Penny said...

There is a story in this beautiful photo.

Alexa said...

Sans doute! Good one, Genie --

Jean Berryessa said...

Rare, seeing a lone person. She did own the street. Captured the scene perfectly, could be a book cover. Alone at Last.

Randy said...

Would make a great book cover.

Genie -- Paris and Beyond said...

She is charming, chic, and quite personable. I will share your kind comments with her. I particularly like thinking about her on a book cover.

Oh, she has a quite witty husband and perhaps was meeting him for a date....

Bises,
Genie

TheChieftess said...

Nice B&W!!!

Alain said...

Je me suis toujours demandé où se trouvait le petit Véfour...

Virginia said...

Ma chère amie Mary!!!

James said...

This is a wonderful shot! I bet you took it early in the morning or on Sunday because the Passage Beaujolais gates are closed.