Mademoiselle avec Minou - A Paris Impression
Clearly, this late afternoon capture predates image-stabilized lenses; I was using some slow (50 and 100 ISO) transparency films on a perfect day in October 1989, to shoot landscapes around Notre Dame cathedral and from atop its parapets (*), and afterwards, while transiting Île Saint-Louis on the way back to the "mainland," the lens on my most-reachable camera for grabbing this tender moment was a not-too-fast zoom.
Nonetheless, on subsequently viewing the Agfachrome-100 transparency,
I realized I rather liked its somewhat impressionistic aura.
Oh, yes, there was a certain "sweet" motivation for debuting this impression
(32 years later!) on October 14th (which it still is in North America) ;-)
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