An Autumn Day in Paris

 In the morning when I woke up I looked out the window and could barely see the street through the fog. Happily, it all cleared out by late morning and Paris was left with blue skies, mild temperatures and sunshine-always a wonderful combination in Paris. I took a nice lady for a photo tour around Paris and was so glad we had a great day for it. Here are a few photos I took.

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 Here is a reflection of some lamps in some old windows still having the hand blown glass intact.

 

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A sweet sign in a restaurant in the Left Bank called The Frog. I peeked inside and it has a wonderful abience. I wouldn’t order frog legs, not my favorite thing, but I may have to try this little place.

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 I am trying to pay attention to smaller details as I wander around Paris. This was a keyhole on the side of a building with a rather elegant background.

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An old sign on the side of a hat shop. I like the Eiffel Tower in the distance.

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An elegant old keyhole. The key to open it would have to have been huge-must have been hard to carry around.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

8 thoughts to “An Autumn Day in Paris”

  1. Wow! you have a wonderful eye, Linda! Of course, I already knew that from your Provencal photos, but so much fun to see what you spot from the world we’re both in at the moment! Can’t wait to meet you!

  2. I’ll be in Paris next week…and I am looking forward to it more and more after “visiting” through your photographs. Thanks for the reintroduction.

    Meilleurs vœux!

  3. Your photos are fabulous – they are the next best thing to being there! I’m still waiting for “my blind date in shining armour!”

  4. Love your photos. Could the Frog Restaurant on the left bank you mention be on rue des Grands-Augustins? We just had dinner there for the first time recently. It was very lively and a lot of fun.

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