A place in the cosmos where writers romp freely with all the dogs they have ever known and loved.
I hope the blurriness in the photo was made by Argus...
Argus can only be furry. Blurry? Well, the cathedral was quite dark inside, so the camera's shutter speed was quite slow... while people (and ghosts) move about relatively fast. ^_^
Understood. p/s You probably already know this. There is a best shot option to snap moving people on the newer digital cameras.
Yes, ma'am. Thanks. :-)I deliberately wanted to capture the ambience of the place and quite liked the idea of blurry/ghostly figures.
Notre Dame is wonderful. So lovely to arrive in the vicinity if you catch a cruise on the Seine.Did you go to the Sacre Coure? It's got so much atmosphere.
Paris was a flurry for me five years ago. Can't wait to return to Europe for another round. ;)Wonderful light in the cathedral. Gorgeous...
Hi, TH. Did the lovely cruise several years ago but didn't get off the ferry in the vicinity of Our Lady. Visited the Sacred Heart then on a slightly rainy day, too, so you can imagine the atmosphere. This time was at Montmartre again but the two young women I was with were too tired to make the climb (the cable train was on holiday, too).Hello, Kenny! Thanks. Yes, we need to take the time to soak in the surrounds, admire the poppies, sit on a bench and people-watch.
Ah... people-watching. A universally heart-warming recreational activity... And I bet in Paris, there are some fine people-watching to be had... LOL
Oh, ya, Kenny. Watch the locals -- they're so fashionable and well turned out. Watch the Latin males -- often on the make. Watch the girly tourists -- many in bermudas and tank top with cardigan tied around the hips and camera in hand. Watch the Chinese-looking tourists -- and try to guess whether they're from mainland China, Taiwan or elsewhere.Now, dang! If only Parisian dog owners picked up their pets' poo... ;-) My traipsing round the city and looking around was often interrupted by fearfully watching out for these 'bombs'.
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