Friday, April 29, 2022

Place des Vosges


Tuesday was a gorgeous day in Paris. I didn’t get out of the house until 6:23 pm for a late dash to the Poste. 

If I didn’t run to la Poste most days to mail your letters 💌 I stay inside all day drawing ✏️ like most artists. 

Sending letters from Paris
 is a very good thing😊
On a whim I went into Place des VosgesGetting outside and inhaling l’aire frai (fresh air) will always fix you, 
Especially if its Paris l’aire frais.
A very good idea on a beautiful day. 
Menus reading is a fun pastime, imagining what you could order. Do you do it too?
I stopped at a cafe to talk to a giant Black Russian Terrier. He just arrived in Paris for a 2 month stay and no jet lag.
 
I ❤️ Love empty cafe tables. 
I wish I had the patience to linger. This is at Ma Bourgogne.
Black with red combo is always so chic…
This business (?) man’s dog’s paws were properly on the table. French table manners demand hands on table.
One of the many kicks I get out of living in Paris is shooting abandoned cafe tables. Each has a story to tell. Who was there? What was the conversation? I always plan to paint them later. 
I’m nuts for Cafés Richard’cups and saucers. Some are colored blue and yellow—the Ukraine’s colors. 
I had to paint them.Thank you for reading Parisbreakfast. Please pass on to someone you think might enjoy it. If you like this post you can support it by buying my letters and watercolors from Paris. ☕️ ☕️☕️☕️☕️ Bon Weekend PBers


15 comments:

Ga From Dekalb said...

Places des Voges is another wonderful green spot in Paris. Is Ma Bourgogne still there?
🗼❤️

Marilyn said...

Enjoy a bit of Paris in April!
Enjoy the weekend.
Cheers!

Parisbreakfasts said...

Yes it is Ga
The 3 red cafe chairs are from Ma Bourgogne

Jeanie said...

Love that sweet dog! And Place des Vosges, too. You're right -- the cafes are wonderful subjects -- with or without the people!

Fred said...


That first picture is a real gem! The colors and flat perspective
remind me of Michel Delacroix. I'm so happy for you, living the
dream.

Bonnie L said...

Paris is made for meandering…although with that gorgeous view out your window I can see why you might want to stay in and create your beautiful watercolors! YES! Love to read restaurant menus!

AM said...


I love the French breakfast of coffee, croissant and a small juice watercolor !
This is going in my breakfast nook

Parisbreakfasts said...

Fred…Hmmm…his paintings are sooo flat. I’ll have to look again! Thanks

Yes Jeanie a very sweet dog and a very Big dog!

Unknown said...

Just an fyi since "weekend" is masculine in French, one would say "bon weekend!" Love your posts!!

Deb Nance at Readerbuzz said...

We've just come home from a month in France. What amazing weather we had! I'm glad that the good weather is lingering for you.

La Table De Nana said...

I love menus too especially in France💙

Parisbreakfasts said...

Thanks Unknown….will fix toute suite

Yes the weather continues to be Springie 👏👏👏🌸

BH said...

I love how you bring Paris to me so reliably, artfully and interestingly!

C+Y said...

So glad you're sharing springtime in Paris with us. I love the black and white checked chairs, reminds me of Andree Putman's hotel designs!

Kirrabelle said...

That first photo is brilliant!