Saturday, May 2, 2015

La Trottinette



This small park has a playground,
 tables for ping-pong, a small bandstand,
and plenty of green benches.


If you go, be careful as you might be run over
by the speeding trottinettes.



Le Square Trousseau
75012, Paris

10 comments:

Jeanmi said...

Dans les années d'avant-guerre ce jouet s'appelait "Trottinette", ce qui me paraissait complètement démodé, puisque nous l'appelions "Patinette". Quand je parle de "Patinette à mes petit-fils, ils hurlent de rire en disant: "Mais non Papi, on dit TROTTINETTE". La vie est un éternel retour...

orvokki said...

So cute !!
Happy beging of Mai.

Danar O said...

So beautiful picture! Backlighted, on a dark background. Her shadow is nice part of composition. But what I adore so much, is the harmony between her green shoes and the green leaf of her dress. I really would like to listen to her talkin about her adventures and the way she won races.
Genie, everyday you give us a gift. Please remember my everyday thank, written or sent to you from the heart.
Thanks again, Madame. Blessings for yours. Please, care yourself...

Revrunner said...

Just wait until she gets her Thunderbird. :-)

Kate said...

What a pretty (and energetic) little tot with green shoes that match the leaves in her dress. Great scene!

Alexa said...

It also has cute little Parisians, apparently. Adorable!

William Kendall said...

She seems to be enjoying herself!

Jean Berryessa said...

Fun in the sun. Sweet.

Danar O said...

Ha ha ha! Great comment Rev. I agree with you! Ha ha ha!!

Genie -- Paris and Beyond said...

Jeanmi, c'etait une bonne explication et j'imagine avec un rire tes petit-fils. C'est vrai... la vie est un eternel retour!

Merci beaucoup
Genie