Thursday, 2 April 2009

Yellow Theme Day: the aftermath

This is the window of an antiques dealer/decorator almost opposite the yellow Sisters Café...
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Voici l'une des vitrines d'un antiquaire-décorateur presque en face du Sisters Café jaune d'hier...

31 comments:

GreensboroDailyPhoto said...

Yay we get to be the first to comment on the blog of a person who is so generous with comments to the rest of the city daily photo world! Looks like you just couldn't get yellow off of your mind. Looks like a chair deserving of a spot in Versailles.

Jacob said...

Doesn't look too comfortable...but antiques aren't supposed to be comfortable...right?

At first the chair appeared to be outside...

Creative photography, CQ!

Antjas said...

I don't know about you, but I was seeing yellow everywhere today. It was making me crazy!
This is a beautiful fabric.

Karen said...

Same here. The yellow theme made me aware of all the yellow around me. Yellow everywhere. I found a giant yellow Mary Poppins hot air balloon at Downtown Disney and I think it will be my next post.
I like your chair and the reflections. My other blog has photos of Paris windows from my trip and I like the effect of the reflections.

Barb said...

very pretty chair,I like the reflection in the window....Barb

Denton said...

I like the reflection photo but most of all I like the title.

Cezar and Léia said...

Wonderful angle!This chair is soooo beautiful!Did you prepare all scenery?!
Lovely post!
Kind Regards
Léia

Olivier said...

ce Jaune, c'est le thème aussi du quartier ;o)).
On s'imagine assis et pouvoir regarder la ville défiler devant soit, tranquillement

Catherine said...

Alors là, c'est du grand Art.
Prenez un siège et admirez l'architecture.
♫♪ Combien vaut "cette chaise",
dans la vitrine ? ♫♪

raf said...

Ah, so much softer and richer a yellow than the cafe', but it just doesn't cut the mustard like yesterday's post, Ciel. :)

alice said...

Une autre ambiance! J'aimerais bien voir Olivier assis sur ce fauteuil dans la vitrine, hi, hi!

Fio said...

Window reflections make this chair a little bit mysterious. It looks like a ghost's place :-))

sbuser said...

This is an interesting play on planes of images.

Clueless in Boston said...

Clever title, I like it! I like the chair and your use of reflections to show the cafe across the way.

B Squared said...

The reflection is wonderful.

Julie ScottsdaleDailyPhoto.com said...

i like the angle and creativity in the shot. very unique. I am glad you enjoyed the Yellow Chihuly Saffron Tower for theme day! It was quite a different type of yellow. Thanks for your comments.

Your EG Tour Guide said...

Cool shot! Very nice, Cieldequimper!

m_m said...

Lovely reflection, good job!:)

JM said...

What a gorgeous composition this is! Very clever indeed!

Bath Daily Photo Blog said...

oh la la!

Jackie said...

Ooer, I thought the chair was outside too initially! That looks fantastic with that wonderful reflection.

PERBS said...

Enjoy reflections like that! Beautiful chair also.

Bergson said...

Le fauteuil en tissus jaune est interdit aux enfants mangeant du chocolat

Marie-Noyale said...

une belle soie jaune dans le style de Versailles...

brattcat said...

Great post, CQ. This photo has such interesting depth.

Per Stromsjo said...

Now this is intelligent photography! Good catch.

Fabrizio - ikol22 said...

This chair is... So French :-) --- Reflection of buildings in background makes the photo. You can fins same kind of buildings in Torino too.

Juergen Kuehn said...

Congrats - you show a great find in the window.

Vogon Poet said...

I saw this only today, sorry I missed it: great idea and excellent shot!

Mike said...

At first I thought this was a "ghost chair" floating around, then I realized it was behind a window. Fooled me. Excellent composition!

Petrea said...

This one makes me hungry for another visit!