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A Paris Moment - No. 2

A Paris Moment - No. 2

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A Paris Moment - No. 2

L'Opéra, 1988

En fait, un moment avant de No.1 ;-)

...from a Kodachrome-25 transparency

©2016 Steve Ember

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Comments 10

  • JOKIST 12/03/2018 19:46

    Sehr schön, mit guter Bildgestaltung.

    Ingrid und Hans
  • Jürgen Ringmann 13/10/2017 10:03

    It´a wonderful moment you catched for us, it looks really nice. LG Jürgen
  • Susanne Kerstan 10/07/2016 23:46

    It`s just full of joy and lightness of being !

    best wishes

    Susanne
  • Maud Morell 05/05/2016 11:09

    A beautiful picture story, great colors.
    Greetings, Maud
  • Dragomir Vukovic 18/03/2016 9:53

    great 1 ***
  • Enzo Leprai 15/03/2016 13:01

    Un ottimo scatto... complimenti
  • Susanne Kämmner 14/03/2016 9:11

    Usually sequels appear as trilogies. Thus, I am looking forward to the third photo of this beautiful Parisian romance, that I entitle with "Un amour tendre à Paris". A lovely picture story!
    He seems to be totally love-stricken. I wonder if she feels the same way or if for her it´s more coquetting?
  • Mauro Tomassetti 13/03/2016 13:35

    Beautiful moment**!!
  • Cameraqueen 13/03/2016 11:52

    A great moment you captured here, Steve!
    You prove that the Clichée of "Paris, the city of love" is real!
    Cheers, Sabine
  • viola d 13/03/2016 9:49

    What an utterly lovely image! A variation on Doisneau's "The Kiss " but that one was staged and this one is not!
    I love the girl's natural gesture as if she was about to let her hair down and the young man slightly bending forward and looking so intently at his partner's face ... what were they talking about ... we will never get to know... perhaps they don't remember themselves, the power of photography...moments immortalized...
    I also love the slightly blur of the scene, moments from the past are so often vague and indistinct... PERFECT. Bw, Viola