Feels like I’m right there, Shari. Who need Kodak!
Hope you are OK after your mis-adventures.
keep the sketches coming.
Thanks Rhoda. I will keep them coming!
So impressed you’ve already sketched …must be so exciting though ..the adrenaline must be high:)Great work~
Brings back such great memories of my visit to Paris and the view from the hotel room.
I have just signed up and am thoroughly enjoying your blogs. Keep them coming. Open up my computer each day looking for your next gem. Thanks.
This seems to evoke lots of memories for people. Thanks for commenting Martha.
Your Chambre de Bonne brings back wonderful memories of my last trip to Paris, we had a similar view and also sketched it, at night a man would put out his shoes on the window sill to air
out for his next working day, he lived on the top floor.
Thanks for sharing with us, so stimulating for all artists.
That’s a very funny story Elaine. I love the image of the shoes.
A familiar site for my husband and me too – don’t you love how people cheer their tiniest balconies with flowers? Helen.
I love the balconies Helen. I would love to sketch a few more of these.
You have captured something from my past. My ‘chambre that I lived in in 1985-6. 16, ave. Colonel de Bonnet, 75016 (6th floor). Looking forward to some more views of Paris
That’s amazing Kalynne. I’m going to look up where that is. I bet you got good exercise climbing the stairs.
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