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This is my response to Weekly Photo Challenge: Between…
Beautiful color and simplicity
simple and pretty!
Very cool, Paula! 🙂
Nice depth of field. Well done.
Very nice, Paula! 🙂
Always interesting coming here, Paula. Initially I thought you were being suggestive but I remember this rather nice image of yours, and now that I’ve visited the Challenge post I can see where we’re at 🙂 I love mushrooms, though I don’t suppose these are edible.
I have my head full of Paris at the minute but can’t make up my mind where to stay. You were going to recommend me a hotel?
Hope the football isn’t too rowdy tonight! It’s Friday so goodness knows what time they might party till 😦
🙂 Thank you Jo. I don’t mind football at all, but feel silly for still working for the company at this hour – grrr.
Here is the link of the hotel where I stayed (a real great value for money) http://www.hotelhomelatinparis.com/en/ I don’t know if the location would suit you – it is just off Sorbonne and 5 minutes walk or less from ND 🙂
Many thanks for the link, Paula. You work impossible hours!
It looks very nice and it’s in one of the areas I was looking at. Getting quite excited! 🙂 I’m reading the Rough Guide to Paris and I think I need 3 weeks to do it my way, but 5 nights will have to do 🙂
This is not your first time in Paris, right? We were there for a week, but I like taking things slowly and soak in the atmosphere. Next time I am there I would like to visit Versailles (just for curiosity), and Saint-Denis and take a TGV to Amiens (cause of the cathedral), then there is Rodin Museum. On my last visit I just got into Medieval Art museum, cause there were lines everywhere and the weather was just too nice to be queuing 😀
Aged 20 and 5 months pregnant I visited Paris for 2 or 3 nights- I can’t even remember! Versailles is a must and must be at the weekend, when the fountains are playing. Giverny too, probably on our anniversary,12th. I had to lure my garden designer husband there somehow. Other than feminine wiles 🙂 🙂
Cool 😀 My h does not design gardens, but he would enjoy taking pics of lily pads in Monet’s garden 🙂
P.S. I don’t think these were edible either, but they are about centimeter tall so they would not make for a substantial snack after all 🙂
that is a beautiful image Paula…love the colour
Bonitinha foto! Gocei da cançao! 🙂
And no they’re not edible. (Look like Amanite pahaloïde!) 😦 Deadly.
Obrigada 🙂 Thank God I wasn’t very hungry 🙂
jolie photo mais surtout bravo pour l’originalité et l’humour pour le photo challenge !
Merci beaucoup Marc. Cela me fait grand plaisir que tu as su comprendre l’humeur 🙂
Haha j’en rate pas une quand y a de l’humour!
This is an interesting photo Paula. Do you see these mushrooms often?
Beautiful coloring, light and contrast Paula!
A lovely photo, Paula. 🙂
An interesting take on between. Lovely photo Paula. Have a great weekend.
I like it… Different and lovely…
A lovely low-angle shot Paula! Love the neat composition too 🙂
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Utterly gorgeous, and brilliant title Paula 😀
An unusual entry Paula. I like it.
Beautiful Paula. You had to get really low down for this one making this shot just gorgeous! I was doing something similar a few weeks back, photographing some interesting things in an open field which was attracting lots of people curious as to what I was doing for so long. Have a great night!
Hello Mark 🙂 You are right – I almost twisted my neck in the process. These are tiny mushrooms – 1 to 1.5 cm, but I had fun. It’s always a pleasure to see you at my place. Thank you..
Nice mushroom photo Paula. Do you pick mushrooms too or just photograph them?
Just photograph them 🙂
I love this “clean” image, Paula. You should do this as often as the others. 😉
Are you saying that other images are dirty?
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