Saturday, 16 October 2010

Antiquaire

An antiques shop in a small passage connecting Avenue de Saint-Cloud to Notre-Dame covered market. I love the old pram!
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Celui-ci se trouve dans le passage qui relie l'avenue de Saint-Cloud au Halles Notre-Dame. J'adore le vieux landau !

24 comments:

Jacob said...

Classy and elegant! Nicely-composed photo, too!

But I want to know more about your enchanted evening dancing at Marie-Antoinette's "prison." :-)

Woody said...

I guess we'd call it a stroller. There is so much depth to this photo: the cool color of the building; the lettering, especially above the window with the lights; and the sidewalk. Bravo!

Kaori said...

Lovely angle here, Ciel! There isn't a baby in there, is there? :D

Oakland Daily Photo said...

A lush photo. Would love to see what's in the window.

brattcat said...

Checked out the recipes on-line. I think I'll just fry up the rest. If only I had tasted your family recipe I might feel more adventurous. But all the suggestions involved jello and I've got to say that's not something I usually stock in my cupboards (-:

bfarr said...

The colors really do pull you in. Although, that buggy looks as if would be hard to push around.

Bob Crowe said...

Was the pram for sale as well? It looks awfully stodgy compared to today's nylon and aluminum models.

Randy said...

I love antique shops! This one looks inviting.

Greyscale Territory said...

A beautiful little street glowing with olde worlde charm!

Paulie said...

Maybe it is a real antique store instead of just a second hand store then with the pram suggesting what might be inside!

LD said...

Charming view of a street I'd like to visit. Love the maroon facade. Never seen that before!

Per Stromsjo said...

Vintage pram. Did you buy something?

Malyss said...

le genre de petite rue où j'adore aller me perdre..Adorable, cette poussette ! ça me fait penser qu'on ne voit plus tellement de landaus de ce genre, je veux dire lit sur roues où le bébé peut dormir; on voit des poussettes assises..

VP said...

That pram looks older than the one used in “The Battleship Potemkin”...

Dina said...

Prams have come a long way.

Cezar and Léia said...

Windowshopping at antique shops is always interesting!
God bless you!
Cezar

brattcat said...

Yes, yes, yes, that recipe looks MUCH MORE appealing! Thanks, Ciel. Bon apetit.

cieldequimper said...

@ VP: that's the 4th time today I read your comment and I'm still laughing!

Jacob said...

Ah shucks! I was hoping it was a spectacularly romantic time that still fills you with melancholic joy! :-)

T. Becque said...

It's charming.

Inverness Daily Photo said...

I would imagine the old pram could be actually quite comfortable.

Sharon Van Lieu said...

Lovely shot, Ciel.

Sharon

Gunn said...

Nice, and that includes the colors!:)

Francisca said...

I'm with Gunn... love that wine red with cream combination. Darling pram.