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Category: Paris, Travel Tagged: Paris, photography, photos, Travel
Looks much better than where I’m at right now!!
Yeah, I know :D. Let’s go to Paris!
This is hillarious !
You have captured the scene beautifully Paula.
:)Thank you, Colline. I took the day off today 🙂 Tomorrow I am having some dental surgery, but I am sure it will go well.
I will hold thumbs for you 🙂
Thank you so much, Colline 🙂
Then we might expect that you are more snappy after tomorrow..? “very innocent drake icon” 🙂 🙂 😉
😀 I don’t know what I will be like after tomorrow.. probably swollen like a pumpkin head and talking gibberish for a week.
Magnifique atmosphère pour ma capitale… Et pour la musique, tu ne pouvais pas trouver mieux ! 🙂
Pensée solidaire, je subis une chirurgie dentaire cet après-midi !
Ah, la pauvre, aujourd’hui? Que vas-tu faire? Tu me diras tout, d’accord? J’en ai deja eu 2 dans le passe… C’est pas grave mais on ne peux pas manger apres :S
P.S. Je suis heureuse que la photo te plaise et Franky aussi 😀
Beautiful. What a skyline.
Thank you, Alex 🙂
Thank you 🙂 I can’t have too many pics to remember Paris by 🙂
Definitely have to play the audio clip for the whole experience!
I love Paris in the Springtime……….
…..remember the song?
This view is awesome, Paula!!!
The song is attached above 😉 Thank you Anna 🙂
Obviously I couldn’t listen to it!………
Try again later,
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It’s beautiful, romantic… it’s Paris! You captured the moment, Paula 🙂 Great song your picked 🙂
The song picked itself :D. It is romantic :). I can’t help it, you know me 😉
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Amazing – excellent captured – love it… 🙂
😀 Takk Drake 🙂
This is one of the first times I have seen a sunset behind the Eiffel…gorgeous.
🙂 Hi Laurie and thank you 🙂
What a beautiful photograph, I love the sky. 🙂
🙂 I am glad Lisa. Thank you 🙂
This picture has a lot going for it. I noticed that someone said it was hilarious, and I cannot see that side of it.
I see the reflection of the sky on the bricks, the sky itself (however secondary), then the couple, the Café sign.
Using the building and the light post to frame the tower worked very well. Yes, this doesn’t make me laugh, but it does make me stop for a while.
😆 nope, there is nothing hilarious in this shot. I thought it may be the shorts on the guy in the foreground ;). I have learned lately not to take all comments seriously ;). Today I had to spam one. The same person left me a longish comment that was something between a romanesque imagination and meaningless babbling, and a bit later he/she/it left me another one this same pic (I haven’t replied anything) stating:” this is silly.” I wonder sometimes who is behind such comments, and also I wonder at times who are the people that leave 2 stars under other people’s pics 😀 The world unfortunately is full of weirdos. I am happy and honoured to see you here Dinkerson. I know how busy you are. Thank you.
Comment harpies… who needs ’em?
I’ve been a little sick for the last two days, so this leaves me with nothing better to do than read and play around on wordpress. 🙂
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This is a glorious photo.. I love the composition and colours…
Beautiful!! Hope your surgery went well! 🙂
Gracias querida Ilargia. Se paso muy bien aunque me toco un nino joven pero capaz :D. Ahora estoy un poco dolida pero lo peor paso y me quedo mi diente 😉 Hasta pronto querida 🙂
Ooh moody and atmospheric Paula!! LOVE it 🙂
🙂 hugs to you Madhu 🙂
Hugs back 🙂
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Awesome colors in Your beautiful photo.
I would like to be in Paris whatever season it may be. 🙂
Great shot. Congrats.
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Frank and that glow! I must go Paula!
Love Frank Sinatra’s voice, and this song is so timeless. Great pic, Paula. Hope the dentist was kind to you. xx
I wouldn’t mind being there either! This is beautiful.
wow! that’s a beautiful shot, paula. you really capture a mood!
Thank you so much Stephen 🙂
Don’t blame you for wanting to be there Paula, what a magical street scene. Do hope you are feeling much better after your dental work!
Thank you, Patti. It’s got worse, and my swelling won’t go away. I am worried sick.
So sorry to hear Paula . . .are you on antibiotics and using an ice-pack to help the swelling go down?
Both, I am using ice-pack though I am afraid to make burns on my face as I did on my back a while ago, and I am on my second round of antibiotics which are making me so sick to my stomach – I am not using anything for the pain to avoid more stomach pains. It will probably get better – my problem is that I am the most impatient and pessimistic patient around – always fearing the worst.
Are you eating, and keeping up the fluids? Soups, ice-cream and other soft foods should help, plus yoghurt to counter possible effects (i.e. candida) from the antibiotics. And I really wouldn’t hesitate to take a painkiller but I wouldn’t take anything on an empty stomach, which is why you need to eat small amounts. Have you wrapped the ice pack in a soft cloth? Wish I could bring you some chicken soup!
You are very sweet Patti. The fact is that I am so used to supporting pain that I don’t need any for this tooth, and I am always taking probiotics – this is a tricky part with my digestive system – I used to have an ulcer. Now I have some medicinal probiotic yoghurt,but it will be more effective when I stop the bloody antibiotics on Monday. I am eating soft, but don’t have much appetite now. You have mentioned all the necessary steps which makes me think you have gone through the same things before. I had two cysts on my teeth and surgery 20 years ago and I recovered so much faster – bloody aging 😦
Those cysts sounds so painful, not to mention the ulcer . . . at least you will be off the AB’s soon enough. Yes, I am too familiar with dental surgery (I get a headache just thinking about it!) and I often find that eating tomato and sucking on fresh pineapple helps, like “eating” a mouthwash! All best, onwards and upwards as the cheerful are inclined to intone . . .
🙂 thank you, Patti 🙂 *hugs*
and to you Paula! 🙂
I know you’re not feeling well, Paula, but I just had to tell you that this is the best photo of Paris I’ve seen in a long while. Totally beautiful! Recover well 🙂
Thank you, Jo. That’s really kind. Hugs, P.
Beautiful sky! I hope you find yourself wandering these streets again soon.
I just love this frame!! For a much photographed model, you have given it such a fresh perspective! 🙂
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