lundi 18 octobre 2010

7. Rue Thouin


Il marche Rue Thouin dans le matin tôt tôt le matin. Il va à gauche à Bar Descartes. Ils va à Metro Cardinal Lemoine. Ce n’est pas loin – dix minutes à pied. Il ne mange pas le petit déjeuner et il a faim. À le boulangerie, il achète un croissant amande et un café crème.
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He walks Rue Thouin in the early morning. He goes to the left at Bar Descartes. He is going to Metro Cardinal Lemoine. It is not far – ten minutes walk. He did not eat breakfast and he is hungry. At the bakery he buys an almond croissant and a coffee with milk.

16 commentaires:

Ann a dit…

The backlighting is wonderful, well done. Shame about the white blur on the right. I really like this one.

Julie a dit…

I think the white blur is a motor scooter at F4.0

Virginia a dit…

Oh I gasped as I thought it was Arbaleté ( sp might not be correct). Nevertheless I love it. The rim light on her hair is parfait. AND I can read your text without much help. I'm making progress I think.

Your photos of Paris are making me want to fold up my tent and go home. But I won't because I love it too much to stop.
V

Virginia a dit…

J,
Tomorrow a little intro on my blog so that my readers can all enjoy this wonderful site as much as I do.
V

Julie a dit…

That is appreciated, Virginia.

Yesterday, my daughter gave me a critique and some words of wisdom about writing/thinking in French. I am trying to simplify what I say to follow her instructions. She is already reading French picture books to her own daughter!

Julie a dit…

And another thing, V. You KNEW that our take on this fabulous city would be totally different. I appreciate your slant, and yet knew that it was beyond me to duplicate it. And I would not want to.

Laurent a dit…

Thanks to Virginia, I am discovering your blog and I am really impressed by this splendid picture. Bravo !

alice a dit…

I do like your eye and your words on Paris! Encore, encore et merci Viginia for this link!

Les rêves d'une boulangère (Brittany) a dit…

Bonjour! Votre blog est vraiment belle. Je suis heureuse que j'ai le trouvé!

Francisca a dit…

Bien fait, Julie.

[Je dis doucement parce que je n'suis pas francophone moi-même: je crois que l'expression correcte est "...tôt le matin."]

Alexa a dit…

What fabulous light! You could probably make up any number of little "stories" to go with this shot—and I love yours.

Half-heard in the Stillness a dit…

Hello I just found my way from Virginia's blog...I love your story and the image is lovely. She seem's almost magically illuminated by the light!

Jane

Julie a dit…

Merci, Francisca. Merci ...

je crois ... croître = to grow
Je suis réparé.

Ann a dit…

I'm surprised how much of the written word I can understand. A combination of high school French, studying Italian and Spanish and travel. Unfortunately I can't speak it, except for a few simple phrases.

Genie -- Paris and Beyond a dit…

C'est magnifique, Julie! The backlighting is striking and you have set quite a mood here. Congratulations on your new blog and as always, your excellent photography!

Bises,
Genie

mauropucci a dit…

Qui c'è tutta l'atmosfera della vecchia Parigi