Sunday photoblogging: Rue de Vaugirard

by Chris Bertram on February 1, 2015



Donald A. Coffin 02.01.15 at 3:26 pm

Very nice…works beautifully in B&W.


bianca steele 02.01.15 at 4:34 pm

I like this. It’s like a Renaissance perspective study, but with the figure at the back instead of the front. It also has a kind of Hopper feel, like the Paris photo, but with the older building, maybe more Di Chirico than Hopper.


Main Street Muse 02.01.15 at 7:21 pm

Oh I love this!


js. 02.01.15 at 8:45 pm

This is simply wonderful. Thanks!


Alan White 02.02.15 at 3:13 am

That’s beautiful.


bad Jim 02.02.15 at 5:51 am

That last arch is disturbingly but beautifully off; at a guess the chamber unseen is circular, since the corridor through which the statue is glimpsed is also askew.

I look forward to these Sunday photos. Thanks!


sanbikinoraion 02.02.15 at 10:08 am

IIRC – and it could be wrong, it’s been years – but one of the last French Standard Metres is around there, a block stuck in a wall with the length delineated on it so that passersby might learn about the new unit.


SqueakyRat 02.06.15 at 7:08 am

Sheltered there from the rain once.

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