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Friday, July 29, 2011

Reflections in Paris windows



© Photos by Kay Davies and Richard Schear, Paris, France, March 2011     






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15 comments:

Joyful said...

Wonderful pics. I just can't ever imagine me walking on those high heels though, lol. Happy weekend!

Karen said...

Cool Kay, all great reflections and fabulous shoes!

Gemma Wiseman said...

Fascinating reflections capturing the romance of Paris!

Powell River Books said...

The Irish will find a place to drink anywhere. - Margy

Sylvia K said...

Ah, love those Parisian reflections, Kay!! Terrific shots for the day and they do indeed capture the romance of Paris! Enjoy your weekend!

Sylvia

diane b said...

A fabulous city for reflections. Lucky you.

'Tsuki said...

Nice catches on those displays, Kay !

PerthDailyPhoto said...

Fabulous Paris reflections Kay!

Lesley said...

This is great - the brand names are familiar the world over and could be anywhere, but the reflections say only in Paris!

jabblog said...

Beautiful reflections - I wish I could get my windows to gleam like these;-)

Mara said...

Ah, Club Med! That certainly brings back a lot of memories...

EG Wow said...

I think I NEED to see those reflections in person. :)) And soon!

Francisca said...

I was just thinking what Lesley wrote! Glad you caught the reflections in Paris!

Dorian Susan said...

You got some fabulous window reflections this week. My fave is the first one, but I also like images where to get a peek of the "taker".
Thank you for your kind comments on my recent post about trying to figure out "why" I take photos. I'm taking a class and that was the first prompt so I was doing some soul searching....trying to explain where I'd been and where I'm going. It's always a puzzle.
Wish I was off globe trotting with you. That would be amazing.
Happy day to you Kay.

Lew said...

Great reflections in your Paris windows? How does one say "Irish pub" in French?