I said I'd follow up with a few (heh, heh) shots of touristic behaviour .. you've been warned!
|Photography, Tai Chi style|
It is also important that when in a foreign country you take shots that reflect not only your originality and creativity but your respect for the country and monuments visited
|Eiffel Tower Originals|
I'm not quite sure what the following couple were up to but I think they were making little "stripper-grams" for the folks back home!
|Burlesque at Eiffel|
And if things don't work out the just the way you want them: then it's perfectly ok to abuse your elderly (and I presumed) mother.
|Chinese frou-frou at Place de la Concorde|
It is always prudent to locate the public toilets, too!Public displays of affection are sometimes frowned upon in foreign lands ...thank god this is Paris...........
|Le Controleur gras|
|and a one ...and a two... and a three..... wheeeeee|
And if it dosen't work the first time try, try again.
It is testament to Gustave Eiffel that his temporary monument has not only lasted this long but continues to outlast the tourist glance. It is a beautiful elegant structure that repays a deal of study.
I wonder if the little "chicky-babes" in front of Rude's "La Marseillaise" at the Arc de Triomphe, poutingly throwing their shoulder provocatively forward for another face-book ID update really give a damn where they are as long as they are there!
Cheers mates, 'til next time.