Wednesday

Paris: The Time Keepers

Pavillon Sully, The Louvre (Georgianna)

Location not noted (David)

The Louvre (Georgianna)

Private dining room, Laduree Champs Élysées (David)

Private dining room, Laduree Champs Élysées (Georgianna)

Musée d'Orsay (David)

Musée d'Orsay (David)

(The last two taken by David in 2008 when photography was still allowed inside the Musée d'Orsay. It is now forbidden so these images are that much more special)

We really love having you stop by to share the timeless beauty of Paris! Merci Beaucoup et À Bientôt!

14 comments:

  1. Georgianna and David,

    As always, such beautiful work. What a wonderful subject. Each one is so special.

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  2. Wow, I am reminded again of how the utilitarian can be made beautiful! Truly lovely images! xoxo

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  3. What a wonderful series...the timekeeper! And omg, no more photos inside Musee D'Orsay?!! I'm devasted...my only photos from there are probably on a P&S years ago. Oh well, they probably got smart and figure that they can get more photo sales of that wonderful old train clock.

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  4. Hello G & D
    I love the intricate carving of the angels and the clocks...stunning!
    Judith

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  5. How beautifully said, "the time keepers". The one inside the Musée d'Orsay is a work of art.
    Ada

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  6. Well put together Paris a never ending photo shoot!! carla

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  7. These photographs are simply magnificent! What is it about the magic of clocks? Our knowledge of how quickly time passes and wanting to grab it in a photo and slow it down, perhaps? ;) I think so! That and the fact that they're just plain beautiful! Have a wonderful week, sweets!

    Sandy at Ooh La Frou Frou
    http://oohlafroufrou.blogspot.com
    This Week: Grand Flirt III

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  8. I absolutely love Paris although i haven't been there before:) love the pictures too :) so beautiful.. makes me want to go and visit :)

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  9. Dear Georgianna,

    The time keepers are amazing, love every one of your photographs.
    I think the French really are the most wonderful clock makers. We often watch Antiques Roadshow and always can pick a clock made by the French ( they just seem so much more intricate and have exqusite detail.

    Wishing you and yours, a blessed and happy Thanksgiving.
    Hugs
    Carolyn

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  10. Beautiful light on the second photo and it looks great on a large scale, with a feeling of self-presence! I like how a building is shown through fountain splashes; Musée d'Orsay looks grandiose! Thank U!

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  11. These photos are just gorgeous! I feel like I'm in Paris again :) xoxo

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  12. Oh you lucky Ducks. Please Paris for me. I'll never make it due to health problems, BUT I can see that wonderful city via your artistic eye. Thanks for the blogs and all the pictures.

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