Saturday, October 11, 2014

Rue du Cherche-Midi




Between the windows on the premier étage (first floor above the street)
 is this charming piece of architectural detail.  
The plaque says simply "au cherche-midi"


19, rue du Cherche-Midi is a few steps away 
from Poilane the reknown bakery.  
The street traces the route of an old Roman road 
and is situated in one of Paris' most sought-after residential neighborhoods 
with its 18th and 19th century homes.


19, rue du Cherche-Midi
75006, Paris

7 comments:

Randy said...

Nice light and shadows.

VenetiaMicio said...

Bravo Genie, il faut toujours lever le nez en l'air ! J'adore ce petit coin de la rue du Cherche-Midi. Ah ! comme je regrette mes petits pains sportifs de chez Poilâne, je n'en trouve plus ici en Provence.

James said...

Hi Genie! Thanks for stopping by and the kind words. For the past several years, when in Paris, I've thought of you, Alexa and Virginia.

I love your eye for details. With so much to see it's easy to miss things in Paris. When I come here some of the blanks are filled in. :-)

RedPat said...

Beautiful!

William Kendall said...

Gorgeous work in the carving.

Andrés Sánchez Soto said...

Magnificent blog, with extraordinary photo, perfect and processed to provide a great beauty.

Greetings from Gran Canaria. (Spain)

Tall Gary said...

I like the high contrast of darkness and areas warmed and set aglow by the early-evening sun reaching its rays into and upon the haut-relief.