Photographer's Note

If you recognize this particular street corner in Montmartre, then you know how busy it is most of the day, and how difficult it can be to take an unobstructed photo. As I sat across the street from this little galerie waiting for my opportunity, a small group of school children and their teachers arrived to stop and browse through the pictures and postcards…and it was the perfect addition for my scene!

Just as I about had everything framed the way I wanted, one of the children apparently became distracted and decided to make a break for it in the opposite direction, seceding from the union. :) I don’t know what caught her attention, because the only thing ahead of her is a café…or maybe she just has the same attention span I do, and simply noticed something shiny and had to go check it out.

Whatever her interest, I thought it made for a fun moment of individuality and childlike curiosity…and it appears the little guy in the red shirt was not far behind in separating from the herd. Rebels! lol

Thanks for stopping by.

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