What a wonderful new blog and I look forward to visiting regularly.Your photos are so lovely, and I really enjoyed the visit to the flea market.Have a great weekend ~ FlowerLady
I'd love to be able to follow this blog, but didn't see a way to do this.FlowerLady
Oh man, I'd be dying here! How could you not return home with a huge shipment of these beautiful treasures?
Hi Flower Lady, the comment box was on the bottom cause it's not very aesthetic but I've moved it now to the sidebar.And yes, Sylvia, it was torture leaving so much behind! I'll never look at a local flea market the same again. :)
WOW - love it G!! You and D sure do compliment one another so well!! Love the new blog! Hope you have a great weekend. Craig had surgery on his knee again today - plate inserted - say a prayer this one works!! hugs - t.
So wonderful!Love the buttons and the photograph of the gentleman under the photograph of the buttons.
Hi G & DI love people watching and find it exciting that I could do it through D's lens. The older gent pondering, the young man reading what he's found tucked inside a book and I leaned closer and realized that lady in the lavender top has no bra on! :-) I also like to see what G decides to photograph in a market full of interesting things. My favourites? The chairs and the picture frames.As said above, you two do compliment each other and bring joy to your readers with the beauty of your craft shared.Judith
Congrats on the new blog- photos amazing as ever. You really capture the details that make me feel as if I were there, plopped down right in the middle of it all!
Beautiful Georgianna! Good luck to your new blog! Your photos make me want to visit Paris more and more!!! As I love flea markets, these could well have been photos of the things I would cast my eye upon, had I been there...
Amazing photographs. Each holds a story.
OK, drooling majorly... lol And yes, I know majorly is not a word, but it sort of fits. What amazing details and beautiful street scenes you both have captured. And what could be more delightful than to see Paris through the eyes of two such talented photographers?! Love your new blog! xoxo
Wuhoo!!! Gorgeousness!!! How I *LOVE* the letterpress close ups. And do you rub a bit of fairy dust into your lenses? By any chance? Everything you shoot always looks so amazingly stunning.
Loving the little old couple walking. He looks so sweet in his beret as he gazes over items for sale. And the frames, oh my goodness! I want some!Is that a man or a woman in the bottom left photo? Looks like a man to me ; )
Beautiful blog and gorgeous photos. I hear that the Paris flea markets are a must see. Valerie
I love the image of the girl with the pain of water and that old window behind her.. the candle in front . Love all images are wonderful. This blog really takes me to a different place.