9 thoughts on “BOOKENDS, SCENES ON A SATURDAY, ART AND ARCHITECTURE

      1. Jane Dougherty

        You should make a book about Paris, poems illustrated by your photographs. I know, there are already dozens of them, but mostly by people who don’t know Paris.

      2. Jane Dougherty

        Your photography really is exceptional. If only for the way you manage to disappear all the people and the traffic without have to use photoshop 🙂

  1. merrildsmith

    I’m so behind on your posts, but I agree with Jane! 🙂

    I particularly love the shot of the couple within the circle–I can’t tell if it’s a reflection or a shot through the circle. Well, you know how I love reflections.
    And I love that giant key, too. But really all of the photos.

    1. deuxiemepeau

      Thank you Merrill! I appreciate you coming by when you do, I have been so preoccupied with the move and selling things and finishing work that I barely had a chance to check out you all! Will be on it again for Ireland in December.
      😘🤗

      1. deuxiemepeau

        I forgot to say that it was at the Opera Garnier and it was on the staircase and the couple were sitting on the balcony and I took the shot through a large golden wheel (well, it looks like a huge gold plated tire).
        I loved the shoe!!!

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