Wednesday, October 12, 2005

Walking down in La Villette

How peaceful does this man look to you?!


  1. "Peaceful" disais-tu ?… Le téléescopage avec ce qui précède laisse pour le moins dubitatif.
    En tout cas, pour en revenir à ta photo, j'apprécie beaucoup le rapprochement entre ce vieil homme et l'affiche derrière lui "Forces de la nature". Voilà un autre sujet de réflexion intéressant pour démarrer la journée.

  2. Je vous félicite vivemenet pour votre blog. J'habite rue Notre Dame de Lorette et je vois que vous habitez aussi au 9eme. Continuez! et Merci.

  3. Toujours aussi agréable votre blog.
    Bonne continuation.


  4. Eric,
    I love this photo. This older man could be almost anywhere at any time. It is great that it is in black & white. Sorry I haven't commented lately, but I promise I do look at the photos everyday and read the comments! Take care.

  5. Hi Eric
    Im just browsing by. A few nice pictures here. you have some really nice pictures here

    all th best

  6. Eric,

    I love your photography, especially the playful use of color in this one.

    We just returned from 6 days in Paris. It's surprising how many of your subjects we saw on our trip: Café Beaubourg, l'Arc de Triomphe, Gare du Nord, the Grand Palais, La taverne du Sergent Recruteur... It makes me feel as though we never left!


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