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January 10, 2011



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.


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


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


Oops....I really can spell Tuileries!


Lovely...thank you for sharing.


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


Beautiful pictures,


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?


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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