Ernest Hemingway in Paris in the 1920s. An expatriate learning to be an author while living with other members of the "lost generation."
a couple of weeks ago I saw the eiffel tower from the same angle. Now its a special feeling to see it decades ago.
Wonderful choise. A lovely, eternally wonderful picture
Nice angle for the iron lady! Should we guess what street it's on?
Zsolt, ah to travel..........:)Thanks for visiting, Fabrizio.Isabella, guess away, I don't know the street name!
Hemingway or no, this is a lovely photo... nostalgic, elegant, and just... it makes the viewer feel GOOD. Nice find.
Suddenly found out that your taste in books is very similar to mine. And Hemingway's Paris is something that fascinates me deeply so I will keep visiting your blog :)
Now I've regretted of not buying a Hemingway during my part time working in a bookfair. :(I've heard of him pretty much, but haven't read his collections yet.
How exciting Paul...I imagine myself transporting back in those days..ah 1925 :D Paris still holds the charm for me :)
was on the plane couple of days ago...saw the movie "La Vie En Rose"...Paris of the golden era...charming. Beautiful photo!
i keep coming back here to see the pic.....
Paul,Never the previously posted comments expressed so well what I think. You choosed a great photo once again.
Nice photo of the tower.
Pretty fhoto, congratulations. Have a good weekend
Awwwwwwwwwww Pauly I LOVE this!!! Brings back memories....hmmmm.....I'm in the clouds...And you know whyyyyyyyyyyyyy!!!;)xoMATCHES!!!!
I love Paris. Beautiful picture.....Thanks for visiting my blog...again....I appreciate your encouraging comments of my photography.Have a good week!
Paul, really great photo! I like photos of France in the beginning of the last century!
Thank you, Mark - it is a great photo. I was lucky to find it.
Wonderful this old Paris street ^^
ohhh wow i love old paris..
I'm sure Peter will find an updated version of this same street! I've also been around, and it must be close to an old restaurant that used to be there in the 70s...
Beautiful.I suppose I will simply have to visit the city one day.
Classic, timeless & beautiful.Thank you for all of your visits & comments at Madison Daily Photo!
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