Venice, Skyfall, Paris Motor Show, J-Lo & Harley …

A recap of the month of October …

Grand Canal at night – Venice

Tiramisu – Gran Caffe – Piazza San Marco, Venice

Sunday is laundry day – Venice

The Dolomites from above – Italy

Be careful when exiting – Venice

Piazza San Marco at night – Venice

Gondolier on cell phone – Grand Canal, Venice

Bulldog – Water Taxi – Venice

Blurry jumping – Piazza San Marco, Venice

Unknown – Piazza San Marco, Venice

James Bond Skyfall photo call – Daniel Craig, Berenice Marlohe & Javier Bardem – Hotel George V

James Bond Skyfall photo call – Daniel Craig – Hotel George V

Peugeot Onyx – Paris Motor Show

Nissan Pivo 3 – Paris Motor Show

Exagon Furtive eGT – Paris Motor Show

Citroen Tubik – Paris Motor Show

Model in Abarth 695 Maserati Edition – Paris Motor Show

Jennifer Lopez in concert – Bercy

Jennifer Lopez in concert – Bercy

Jennifer Lopez in concert – Bercy

Oh how true!

Giant statue of famous World Cup Zidane headbutt on Materazzi – Centre Pompidou

Buildings across from Centre Pompidou

Everyone’s favorite Belgian bartender Bernard – La Tartine

Halloween at the fruit stand – near Les Halles

From 2008 (before economic downturn but still applies): The name of a country which has a GDP equal to that of the corresponding State is shown on this map. Just gives you an idea of how massive the US GDP is.

Jedi do battle at Louvre Star Wars exhibit
AFP – The Mona Lisa, the Venus de Milo… Chewbacca.
Home to some of the greatest works of Western art, Paris is now playing host to an exhibit light-years away from the French capital’s traditional fare — hundreds of toys from the last 35 years of the Star Wars saga. Until March 17, Les Arts Decoratifs museum in a wing of the Louvre is hosting epic Jedi battles, stormtroopers on the hunt for droids and grooving aliens at the planet Tatooine’s Mos Eisley Cantina. It may seem an usual subject for a museum that also displays Art Nouveau furniture and Lalique glassware, but Dorothee Charles, the curator of its toy department, said there is a place for Star Wars toys in the annals of art.
“Star Wars was a revolution in the toy industry…. This is the story of the graphic evolution of how a universe is presented,” she told AFP as gangs of excited children — and quite a few nostalgic adults — buzzed around the opening of the exhibit this week.

And finally, we have a new member of the family (not ours, my in-laws). Introducing Harley.


Harley trying to escape

Harley and the shoe

When Harley Attacks


One response to this post.

  1. Posted by Fred Silpa on October 28, 2012 at 5:45 pm

    Really great shots and very enjoyable…Thanks David…


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