How 26 years have flown by from that little guy with the blond hair and a giggle that could light up the world to a young man finding his path with determination. I am so very proud of your accomplishments to date. Life for us has always been an adventure...you definitely keep dad and I on our toes. You have a precious light in your soul...let it shine for all to see.
Thirty years have pass so quickly...we have shared so many wonderful memories together. I look forward to sharing many more with you. You have the most beautiful spirit and I can only thank the Lord for blessing me with you. No one could ask for someone sweeter than you, my Breazy girl.
Eugene Atget, one of my favorite photographers, was being exhibited at the Musee Carnevalet.
He was a French photographer, born in 1857...noted for his photographs documenting
and street scenes of Paris...
"He will be remembered as an urbanist historian, a genuine romanticist, a lover of Paris, a Balzac of the camera, from whose work we can weave a large tapestry of French civilization."
Berenice bought Atget's photographs after his death in 1927 and published them. Atget only became popular after his death.
I just love his photos of Paris in the early 1900's. I have several of his books...so seeing his original photographs was so intriguing!
Musee Carnevalet is a museum of French history. We didn't walk through the rest of the museum because we had seen it before but I did notice that there is trend in French Museums...they are starting to forbid picture taking in the museums. It is so disappointing especially when you have taken pictures before!
The Carnevalet has a beautiful garden courtyard...