Belleville, Paris, France: II Posted on September 22, 2011September 22, 2011 by Cynthia Bertelsen Belleville Metro Station Photo credit: Michel Millet Photo credit: Ted Drake Photo credit: Intelligensius Anarchus & The Great Attractor Variation maraîchère (Photo credit: Somethingintheair) SharePrintFacebookLinkedInTwitterTumblrPinterestPocketTelegramWhatsAppEmailPrint & PDFLike this:Like Loading... Related
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No, I’ve not seen “The Triplets of Belleveille;” sounds like one I need to check out. As for DSLRs, I’m still learning, I bought Nikon D5100 for Dummies, by Julie Adair King and am making way through it. The booklet that came with the camera wasn’t specific enough for me – I’m mechanically illiterate.
Have you seen the Triplets of Belleville? A fun, quirky film. Also, if you find a good tutorial or two on DSLRs please post about or pass on- they seem pretty intimidating to a point-and-shoot devotee!
Thanks, Miriam. Getting excited, yes. The photos in this post, unfortunately, are not mine, but maybe with my nifty new DSLR I’ll catapult out of the point-and-shoot stuff I’ve been doping and get some really great pictures.
Fabulous pictures, Cindy! Are you getting excited? I’m getting excited for you!
Oh, but in some parts of France with a large West African or French Caribbean population, you’ll find these and many other interesting things. Stay tuned for more.
Habaneros & okra — two things I wouldn’t expect to find in a French market!