I need to visit Montmartre looks so charming!Sometimes when we are traveling and taking pictures we find people asking if we could take their picture using their camera.It's an opportunity to have our own "shot together", it's cool.I like a lot his expression, he looks surprise anyway.happy weekend and good luck in CALI!Léia
A souvenir as well as a study picture!How fun.
Nice! I love this kind of shots!
"Say cheese, Mr. Ham!" really applies to this guy. "Do you want a picture of me? Please want a picture of me." Love the title, James, and there's so much life and color in this photo, even without Madame et Monsieur Jambon. Beautiful!— KKay, Alberta, CanadaAn Unfittie's Guide to Adventurous Travel
A very happy couple!P.S. I look forward to meet up with you as soon as you get settled!Take care!
May I say "welcome home from one who never left". California is the best though the other Pacific Coast states are pretty good.
OK, you get the award for the best title EVER!!! i'm laughing out loud!! I love it when the French defy the "snooty" image! V
haha, nice shot! i think his lips were moving when you took it and it sure did took him by surprise. ^0^
Priceless! Candid shots, (in Paris no less), are the best. And is that another photographer I see in the background?
Simply priceless, James! And, such a quaint little area to totally enjoy! LOVE the atmosphere!
I was just there and wish that we had been snapping together with Peter and Marie...Love your title and does it strike you how much Monsieur Jambon resembles Waldo... as in "Where's Waldo?"Bises,Genie
Very cool shot!Hugs.
Funny! It's nice when people want their picture taken. Are you moving to CA permanently or just a trip?
"Say fromage"! LOL! very funny, James.
Hope you stopped in for a crêpe while you were there... ?
Nice shot James. The perspective looks to be 50mm or thereabouts.
i like all the people in this shot
And now I have to say I just noticed the name of the cafe. I am very proud I've learned the French name for corkscrew! :)V