Monday, October 27, 2014

Palais Royal - la trottinette




Les Colonnes de Buren


Amid the 280 truncated black and white columns 
of Palais Royal's Les Colonnes de Buren 
one often sees children of all ages (adults included).  


They pose on top of the columns, 
hide behind the rows, 
and even ride in on a trottinette from time to time.



Les Colonnes de Buren
Palais Royal
75001, Paris


8 comments:

Joe said...

A cheery dash of pink amidst the black and white of the artwork.

Alain said...

En cette période de vacances scolaires, les villes sont envahies par les trottinettes. J'ai même vu des parents en utiliser, seul moyen pour suivre ses bambins...

Food, Fun and Life in the Charente said...

I have never seen so many trottinettes as in Paris. Guess they are easier and quicker than walking but I am sure I would be constantly running into people :-(( Have a good week Diane

Revrunner said...

Sweet set of wheels! :-)

William Kendall said...

That's rather different than the ones you see here.

Alexa said...

Love that spot of color among the black-and-white columns!

Danar O said...

Sure that for this astonished toy, this is à gréât muséum of huge wheels!!.
Maybe hé is wondering thé size of thé toys they belongs... nice picture!

Randy said...

Did you take a spin?