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Cecile Marion

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  1. Thanks, Kumar! If anyone will find themself in Paris during September, and wants to meet up for a coffee, I’d be happy to try to coordinate a gathering.
  2. Thanks so much, Kumar. Unfortunately, I won’t be able to make it this trip. Maybe sometime in the future! I’ll be in Paris the month of September, but must then head south, rather than north. My best to all for a fun meeting. Cecile
  3. At least, if you click on "categories," you can jump down to the bottom, familiar categories, rather than having to scroll all the way down. (On my iPad you can, anyway).
  4. Kids photographing active alligators... Girls’ fun run... Water play...
  5. New memorial to the Unsung Heroes of 9/11, workers whose deaths came long after their work cleaning the destroyed World Trade Center, New York. Memorial Children's Garden, remembering the lives of now deceased young children, Flagstaff. Flag Lowering Ceremony, Normandy American Cemetery, Colleville-sur-Mer.
  6. Glad you resolved your problem, Betty. This iPhone info is really helpful! I just gave the scan a try, then saved into pdf format.
  7. Edo, since I was in your old neighborhood today, I took a look at the doors to your place. I’m not sure if this is new since your daughter in-law stopped by, but there appears to be some remodeling of the restaurant in the works. There is also a permit dated late May posted on the entry door to the apartments that allows for work on the interior gas lines and meters.
  8. Good luck and happy travels, Edo, from my temporary digs in FIDI.
  9. I uploaded a batch as a kind of test, then added tags and captions once they went live just a bit later. However, I was slightly past the daily update time, so my photos didn’t show up until the next days update (as I’d expected).
  10. Okay. Thanks for the heads-up, Kumar. I’d probably spend a couple nights in Cambridge and wouldn’t have a car, so would depend on buses/trains to Ely. Thanks for the welcome!
  11. I used to be affiliated with Cambridge U in a round about way and have wanted to return to the town since my last visit in 2013. I’ll be in France in September, so will look at my budget and see if it’s a possibility to pop over and join your group. It sounds like you have a great time.
  12. Too funny, Michael. I have the same rug, blue denim furniture, and a dog that could be related to the one in your picture.
  13. It’s always good to know that trusting your instincts, ie.selling your lease and getting out of there, was the right thing to do, Edo. Interesting about the sign, Paulette. I think it was October when I walked by there last, and the sign said the restaurant was opening in January 2019. Sounds like there are lots of delays, for whatever reason.
  14. Edo, do you have any recent news of your old place in NYC? If not, and the moon and stars line up properly, I’ll be up there and can try to stop by and take a pic or two.
  15. You know you are a stock photographer when you learn there are structural problems, with a need for major reconstruction of a part of your home, and the only bright side you can see is the potential for photos of demolition, workmen, and the self-storage unit for your possessions.
  16. I’ve been checking that wiki link lately because I plan to visit Italy in the fall. I was glad to see the Italian laws are less strict than some other European countries. I photograph a lot of crowd scenes in France and Switzerland,, and do my best to get shots of unidentifiable people. I find viewing news photos taken by AFP photographers helpful when it comes to France. I’m still a little confused about what is allowed, but It seems to me that in France the laws aren’t all that clear and are open to interpretation as to what constitutes permission. Could Spain be the same? At times, I’ve held my camera up and asked if a photo of an adult(s) was ok. I assume that a nod or smile back can be considered permission (editorial only). And often, people in parades or demonstrations pose for photos when they see my camera. However, I rarely upload photos of French children, and don’t think I have ever included children’s photos from Switzerland in my port.
  17. .......when you go on holiday, but refuse to visit museums and venues where photos aren’t allowed.
  18. This may have been reported before: https://www.architecturaldigest.com/story/best-unknown-landmarks-paris Oldest house in Paris, Brian Jannsen
  19. Congratulations on your win, Michael. Loved the photo! Mountain bikers, Ojai, California Enthusiastic Swiss ice hockey fans, Paris Smiling young girl near 5k finish line, North Florida
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