Opposites in Paris

Opposites in Paris. Old and Young. Hard and Soft. Famous and Anonymous. French and Australian. Austere and Gentle.

Mischa a Parigi
Mischa a Parigi. Photo by S. Morgan aka Mr T.

This is one of my favourite photos. A teenage girl goes to Paris and things will never be the same again.

For the weekend Daily Post prompt, opposites.

https://dailypost.wordpress.com/photo-challenges/opposites/

 

18 thoughts on “Opposites in Paris”

  1. When we look back on our lives, even at a relatively young age, it is interesting to recognise the seminal moments that changed the perception of our world. I have a photo of our daughter walking along the River Seine and it represents one such moment in her life, to me. Though I imagine she might see it differently. It is a very lovely photo Francesca, so nice that you had that experience with her.

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    1. My granddaughter, needed a big change- she was struggling with sleep, waking up for school and so on. So we took her away for 6 weeks, away from school, away from everything familiar in her life. I think it helped.

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