Why, a most famous table, that of La Tour d'Argent.
The little museum has a display of cutlery, original menus,
and memorabilia from times gone by.
Probably the most impressive display, is that of a table,
which is laid out exactly as it would have been for a royal assembly
and pretigious event that took place in Paris in 1867.
Before you write down the address and put it on your to-do list
please note that it is only available in the reception area of the restaurant,
for which you have made dinner reservations. Tant pis pour moi.
We met each other one autumn evening in 2007 in the streets of St
Etienne, while pasting. Ella, who comes from the south of France, was
pasting up her first drawings, and I asked her what she was doing and if
she’d like to paste work with me. She said yes – now we have two
On the first day of each month the photographers who participate daily with photos of their city (or adopted city) post a photo along a selected theme. This month is "revolution," and I chose to consider the revolutions in wheels.
This woman is riding a Velib,
which is the public bicycle system in Paris.
On three trips to Paris I have used the Velibs,
dodging the buses and cars to take a different view of the city.
I do not take photos while I ride which is a great comfort to my family.