Wednesday, 13 April 2011

Paris Eye 14/30 - Coming and going

Rue du Vaugirard (6eme)
Square de La Tour Maubourg (7eme)
Rue de l'Observatoire (6eme)

17 comments:

cara said...

Looks like you were casing the joint!. Your Paris pictures are gorgeous Julie. That top one especially.

Rae Walter said...

Love the top shot

Rae Walter said...

Also finally worked out how to do the "Follow" thing. Oh well, still lots to learn!

RedPat said...

Fabulous doors! Your shots from Paris have been wonderful.

J Bar said...

They really are magnificent doors.
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Dianne said...

Beautiful doors of Paris - with so much attention to detail. My favourite is the 2nd photo with those gorgeous brass knockers and pretty glass etchings

karen said...

The magnificent heavy doors were something I really noticed in Europe. Love these ones!

Birdman said...

...but what a get set of doors here. Stunning in the sun.

Mo said...

Stunning doors

diane b said...

I love looking at doors. These are beauties, I don't think the old guy is coming or going, he looks stuck to the spot. The lady looks stuck to her pants.But the last lady is definitely going in.
Great post.

Peter said...

What a superb built environment, the doors oo la la, and the people - great capture as usual.

Joan Elizabeth said...

Very cool doors.

Virginia said...

Cool doors but the human element makes them so very special. Well you knew THAT!

And Monsieur almost makes me cry. Oh how I wish I could shoot Paris with you Julie.
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Virginia said...

PS. Wonder how she got those pants on and are they cutting off the circulation to her...............

lizziviggi said...

What gorgeous doors. Door photos are so alluring always-- I wonder if it's partly the beauty of the door itself, and partly the mystery of what's behind it? Either way, I absolutely love that first shot! Our little Bellingham doors are downright shabby in comparison.

Margaret said...

Love all the doors you find in Paris, old and beat up, beautifully restored or lovingly maintained.

The "Lalique" doors are to be found with the Art Nouveau displays in the Arts and crafts building of the Lourve.....enjoy

TheChieftess said...

Magnificent doors!!!