Friday, March 06, 2009

'the truth is found between the lies', Paris

This was a beautiful shop window in Paris. I meant to note the name of the light designer but there was so much else to see .

You will find the words of the title in the centre of the 'light'.

Loved it.

9 comments:

paris parfait said...

Love this photo - and that expression!

Di Mackey said...

I should have written,'inspired by Tara' - since it is you who turns your camera so beautifully on the Parisian windows but yes, this one I couldn't resist. I love the expression.

I guess it has been true forever.

furiousBall said...

love the shot, the greek chars are very cool!

Di Mackey said...

It would be fun to create a dining table light like this ... I could have my 'to-do' list on it. It might be more effective than my present system, then again, I think my problem is that I often have a kind of human error systems failure ;)

jinjir minjir said...

Having read the Greek note ("I really love you"), the "truth" note is almost like a voice of conscience. Or the Devil's.

Di Mackey said...

Thanks for the translation, JM. I didn't realise that was what it said in Greek :)

Gary Rith Pottery Blog said...

whoa, lookit this!

Di Mackey said...

It would be nice to work under or near, huh Gary :)

*Belgian said...

Funny, I actually saw a restaurant here in Rome with those notes put up in the exact same way. The world is a small place.