Love that car.
Great shot james. The rain gives a special extra with the umbrella's and the mirroing pavement. Can't get enough of it.Thanks for showing.
I like your caroussel header.Greetings,Filip
"Etude en rouge" could be a good title for this shot. Oh, and it's so good to see rain, rain + Paris =Absolute romantism for me!:o)
Great reflection and I love the motion of the person walking.
beautiful, romantic photo!
Très belle prise!Une coccinelle rouge! J'adore!Et le mannequin dans la vitrine, on dirait qu'il a des ailes!***Belle fin de semaine, James****
Superb capture, James, and such wonderful reflections on the rainy street! Delightful! Hope you have a great weekend!Sylvia
That's all what it is about! But it's not always that simple...
Looks like the scene you were waiting for turned out to be a love scene. Well, this IS Paris . . . Great capture, and cool reflections too!
Exactly!! And the colors around are awesome!Flower Reflection
Despite th rain, colors are wonderful. And the lovers are not disturbed... C'est Paris, no doubt!
What a great stage you have chosen - I love Rue Montorgueil!! and the actors have shown up on cue. That gorgeous red car is straight out of a movie scene - love it!!
Great street shot James. I think this one would be very nice converted to B&W.
So glad that you braved the rain to wait on this action. I would say that the couple under the umbrella is just the lagnaippe as the whole scene is stunning with that accent of the voiture rouge.Bises,Genie
I like the way you think, James.. plus this photo is amazing, love the hugs here. Well done as always.be well and happy,Pam i am :D
What a fabulous image so rich and full of life, love, warmth, the beauty of rain on a city street. And I must say, the patterns on the street and sidewalk are works of art themselves! And the shots of red throughout are like a dance! I also love your description and think what a marvelous way to approach the creative process, just sit back and let it happen! A good lesson for many aspects of life when action just isn't appropriate. There are always alternatives...
Ah James, did you go back in time for this one, or just photoshop in a car from an ancient era ???The Theatre of Life, no end of surprises and treats...Took a little walk in Paris yesterday, thought of you as reflection after reflection appeared like magic...
A very special shot. Congratulations. Is Audrey Hepburn in the next scene?
Loved, honey!Special shot indeed!Hugs.
Indeed, this is a super scene, looks like an Ingrid Bergman movie scene.
Have you watched Midinight In Paris? I think you'd like it...God bless you!Cezar
What a nice street scene ....Could be Cartier Bresson's ! ;-)
The scene you created is perfect.
Hello, James.Yes. I am agreeable for you.Various actors appear to your stage.And there is the audience, too.Rain. The road of the stone pavement.The red passion.The town is always filled with drama.The photographer may be a movie director.The fragrance of Paris...ruma
What a fine shot!
BRILLIANT JAMES, I love this one as you say a real life scene...
Hey Hi Hi James (HA!)First and foremost, Very CHIC-LOOKING a scene you've had composed! Liking the many fascinating-elements depicted.. a picture that tells a story or two!
No kidding, great scene. That car is just perfect. Nice job composing this all.
this is a fabulous street scene!!I felt that I could step right into it
Beautiful street photography.Regards and best wishes
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