Monday, July 11, 2011

Au Delaville






Kodak Ektar 100

The Delaville is a former brothel. I love this place so I had to show it to Marion. We had a saumonette sur flan de petits pois.
Her photos of this moment here.

28 comments:

Miss Giny said...

Très jolies photos !

Anita said...

How interesting looking it is! I'm a bit of a sucker for architecture.

Sarah said...

great location..

:)

lorena said...

I love your work.
It´s beautiful. Full of interestings atmospheres.

Marion said...

Isa, j'ai chaud !

Shokoofeh said...

wow that first one! So good!

Howie said...

Love the textures on the walls.

mirabellef said...

Tes photos sont SUBLIMES !

Blanche Neige said...

Magnifique*

Petra said...

great. I need to go there!!

kitchu said...

oh i just LOVE that first and last shot, the tones are gorgeous.

Tracy said...

It's as if you have the entire country to yourself. Your shots are always so quiet and peaceful. Very informing of the moment. The more I look, the further away my mind travels.

kenza said...

Mais oui je connais! Super tes photos... Vraiment.

jackie said...

Gorgeous tones! I love the picture of Marion taking picture.

Sofia said...

Beautiful reflection in the last photo! Your pictures just inspired me to get some film tomorrow and start learning how to use my old film camera again! :)

joana said...

everytime you post photos of a restaurant or just food, everything looks so exquisite! just stunning photos...

Janis said...

A place with interesting history... Not too hard to find jewels like that in Paris! Beautiful capture ...

alexandria said...

Really wonderful.

Caty said...

superbes photos! (I don't knoiw how I arrived here...but happy to find your blog! great pictures!)

emmanuelle b. said...

Ca donne envie :D

Denise | Chez Danisse said...

Magnificent.

Luana said...

awesome! :o)
I wanna go there next time I'm in Paris...

gbf said...

you have been busy...loving all your latest images! This place looks rather cosy & gorgoeus. Dayle

Pierre BOYER said...

Très bel endroit...

Pierre

Celine said...

I love it! I love the history this place has, and I am in love with the first photo.

Fran said...

i will try to go to this cafe when i go to paris next time.

kristina - no penny for them said...

this place looks so good. and i love that portrait of marion! wonderful series.

Mary said...

what a great space. lucky marion :)
beautiful shots.