Though we travel the world to find the beautiful

we must carry it with us or we find it not

Ralph Waldo Emerson


Thursday, October 6, 2011

Le Clos de Montmartre.......



Too early for the vendage!
this beautifully kept vineyard is a  parcel of land sloping down to
Rue St Vincent in what is known as the old Montmartre



I loved looking across to the little three storied cottage
and imagining Maurice Urtillo sitting at the window
 planning his next sketch of this bohemian neighborhood
or maybe Pierre Renoir - paint brush in hand -
putting the finishing touches to his  "Bal au Moulin de la Galette"
or maybe even Pablo Picasso industriously working at his easel
with one eye looking out onto - Au Lapin Agile - right next door.

Some-times in Paris it's as if time has stood still!




Posted by Picasa

8 comments:

La Table De Nana said...

It always looks like an invitation..for me:) Bon weekend~

Cezar and Léia said...

This place is wonderful and your pictures are very well elaborated.The first one has so lovely details and great perspective!
bises
Léia

Sylvia K said...

Beautiful captures and definitely an invitation for me as well! Love the detail and perspective, too, delightful! Hope your week is going well, Dianne! Enjoy!


Sylvia

Silver Strands said...

Hey Dianne - I tried to email you and it got rejected, so here's the email copied and pasted:

Hi Dianne!

Thanks for your comment on my blog today ... regarding salt, table salt is really refined sodium and chloride and not good for us. But real crystal salt is essential to us. After reading the book Water & Salt and doing more research, we've replaced all of our table salt with Himalayan crystal salt - it's not expensive, and it's really essential. See if you can check the book out at a library, or pick it up at Amazon ...

Let's stay in touch!
oxxo
Denalee

Delana said...

Lovely as usual, Dianne. I've got a 15 day dog-sitting job in Paris in November. 15 days in the 1-bedroom in 15th ...and a lovely dalmation named Belle. Can't wait!

Dianne said...

Delana! Wow! now that would be a dream job - 15 days in Paris - I hope you take your camera along!

Mandy said...

Excellent!

labergerebasque said...

love your photos and blog.

LinkWithin

Related Posts Plugin for WordPress, Blogger...