Monday, September 17, 2007

Lost Cat

That's a shame. I've often read poetry in the little library upstairs at Shakespeare & Company, and I did photo workshops for a few months a year or so back, and there where a couple of lovely little cats, including this cute black one. He was even a stunning star of a previous photo - I'll see if I can find it. I do hope he comes back. He was such a wonderful feature of a wonderful bookshop, and would plonk himself wheresoever he saw fit, often including all over the front desk or the till! Come back blacky...
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2007 Sab Will / Paris Set Me Free

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6 comments:

inmacula juarez said...

... me encanta tu web-blog. La excelente calidad fotografica. Mi enhorabuena.
Vendes tus fotos?
Pinto. Y pinto las fotos que me atraen. Me interesan las fotos en el metro. Dispones de obra con ese tema?
Visita mi blog y escribeme si te interesa.
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SALUDOS

RUYI said...

Sab,
Your photos are definitely georgous! I am stunned everyday.
Thank you!

Di Mackey said...

Beautiful photograph! and I'm not even sure I can say why :)

Paris Set Me Free said...

Hola Inmacula Juarez!
Gracias - me gustaria mucho si quieres pintar un de mis fotos!

Ruyi - Your comment is so kind - thanks a lot!

Di - how's it going? I almost didn't see this photo, lost amongst all the others - luckily I did - it's rather strange isn't it?!

Hyde DP said...

This looks like quite a delightful little bookshop

Di Mackey said...

One of my favourite poets back in New Zealand (Sam Hunt) was once described as writing the kind of poems that read like your being allowed a glimpse inside the uncurtained window ... maybe it's that about this photograph.

It's warm, it's cosy, it's obviously a bookshop - it's Paris and yet, despite the reputation of the city there's the missing cat poster, and even better, you know a part of the story in reality.

New Zealand poets, if you're looking ... Sam Hunt needs to be heard. He's stunning (to me personally anyway). Hone Tuwhare's 'Rain' is another favourite :)

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