Monday, 22 June 2009

Intrus au paradis de la carte postale

These are pictures I took last winter. I'm still not too happy walking lots, thankfully I have quite a few older photos up my sleeve! Look at all these parisian intruders in postcard paradise!
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J'ai pris ces photos l'hiver dernier. Comme je n'ai pas trop le droit de marcher, je continue de poster des vieilles photos pour l'instant. Regardez-moi tous ces intrus... pffft...

23 comments:

Vogon Poet said...

Happy to have a look at your archives, and take care...

Louis la Vache said...

hee hee hee! «Louis» knows EXACTLY where this shop is! He recognizes the back wall!

akarui said...

J'aime bien la plaque de rue en carte postale, J'ai du regarder a 2 fois pour determiner si c'etait une vraie, en dur :)

Owen said...

Hi Ciel, hope your knee gets better fast ! And your camera too... both are necessary tools of the trade for a daily photo blogger...

Bob Crowe said...

Oh, dear. France has so many more images to make postcards of than the American Midwest.

Per Stromsjo said...

Yes, do take care. It'll be good to have you back in full swing but take your time. We don't mind an occasional glimpse from the archives.

That is the chicken said...

Hope you are moving properly soon. I love these shots of the postcard stand...I have shoeboxes full of postcards people have sent me in my closets. They are very evocative of a time and place I find.

James said...

I never buy post cards I just take pictures and send them. Especially in France.:-) I think sending pictures of post cards would be more fun than sending postcards.,but I do like old postcards ...Oh well thats just me. I wish you well and hope you are back in action very soon.
Ciao.

Olivier said...

il faut pas demander aux cartes postales d'être orignal..remarque a Évry, on en a que deux : la place de la mairie et la cathédrale ;o)) j'espère que tu as pu quand même profiter de la fête de la musique et que tu vas mieux (ainsi que ton APN ;o) )

Small City Scenes said...

I am sending you magical powers to heal quickly!!!
Love the postcard pictures. There sure are lots of them. MB

Cergie said...

Eh ben quoi ? Paris n'est pas la banlieue de Versailles ? Versailles est bien celle de Quimper. Et le 8éme prolonge Cergy puisque notre "Axe Majeur" est prolongé par les Champs...
J'aime bien le presque N&B de la photo du bas, son cadrage et son remplissage. Je l'aime bien, quoi.

Bergson said...

Comment se fait il que tu ne puisses marcher j'ai louper un épisode ?

Au moins tu ne pourras pas nous faire de photo de nain aujourd'hui

Halcyon said...

Je crois que j'avais vu même les cartes de Paris dans les tabacs à Rennes ! Tous les bons touristes sachent que la France est Paris. :)

Cezar and Léia said...

For sure this will be a spot that we need to visit like a tourists someday! I love these stuffs and I should buy postcards from there!
I hope everything will be okay with you and you find a great new camera! Please, take care !
Thanks for sharing your pictures!
Léia

purrs and love by Luna(from Brazil)

Marguerite-Marie said...

ainsi le genou n'est pas encore solide!!!mais tu es tout de même venue à Quimper avec moi. chacun sait que Paris c'est la France mais pas pour nous même si on reconnaît que c'est une belle ville!
repose toi pour venir courir sur nos plages en été et baigner le genou ça vaut toutes les thalassos. Bises de chez nous.

m_m said...

I do not notice any postcard of Versailles. Does Paris "overwhelm" Versailles?:)
Regards,
m_m

Sharon Van Lieu said...

I hope you feel better soon. Take care!

Sharon

alice said...

Des intrus peut-être mais avec de jolis effets. Tu sais godiller?

tapirgal said...

Any pictures you post are welcome. I hope you feel better soon. It's fun to look at the pix and be reminded of visits to France. (Including Paris :)

cieldequimper said...

@Alice : oui mais je ne vais nulle part, je tourne en rond ! :-)

Your EG Tour Guide said...

Tons of postcards!

I hope you are soon out and about walking.

Leif Hagen said...

Bonjour Me Versailles! Ca va? J'arriverai 'a Paris demain et mangerai 'a 8 h ce jeudi dans les Champs Elysees! Bonjour d'Angleterre d'EAGAN daily photo

Fabrizio - ikol22 said...

I really hope your knee will recover very soon but it gets its time. Knees and ankles are much more delicates as we usually think. Don't walk over it before doc says you can. Take a care of you. We all here are virtually by you :-)