Blue, green and something in between.
A narrow slice of blue in an ancient side street
Smart new paint and unusual ironwork on Boulevard Saint Germain
Another nineteenth century boulevard door with no doubt about the number of the building
Back a century or two to a side street carriage door – numbering was an afterthought here
The street side wall of an old hotel particulier has (unusually) been replaced with iron railings to reveal a pocket handkerchief lawn
Just round the corner from Rue de la Bûcherie – the bûcherie isn’t a misspelt butchery but rather a (long gone) log yard or firewood supplier
Odette’s tea room on rue Gallande has the air of a long established business but three years ago this building was a red painted chip shop!
The Winged Ant café doesn’t sound so good in translation
A short walk in Saint-Germain-des-Prés with Thursday Doors.
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