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January 10, 2011

Comments

Suzanne

It was a brilliant idea to "see" Paris in the snow.

I particular love the animal statue with the snow somehow softening its prowl.

The porcelains are lovely of course.

And I especially appreciated these photos now as I had been walking the Tuileries the last two mornings and Isaw at least two or three remarkable sights: one was the trees creating a pathway with a reddish and even autumn yellow glow-outstanding.

Lynn

Stunning! Wonderful! These should sell like the proverbial hotcake. I especially love that first one with the lone chair.

Cheryl

These are just lovely--breathtaking! What a treat it must have been to see the Tuilleries like that.

Cheryl

Oops....I really can spell Tuileries!

Maggie

Lovely...thank you for sharing.

yuriy

Excellent pictures. Richard, you are progressing to become a world-class photographer :) Have you thought about trying B&W for a change?"

Gerry


Beautiful pictures,

Judy

These are wonderful. Especially love lead-off pix, both titled Statue 1, Snow Tree and Snow Statue 4. What a snow treat! Are you staying warm?

Susan

Beautiful photcs.I live in Boston and the chair in photo #3 reminds me of how parking spaces are claimed after snow storms.

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