Wednesday, 26 January 2011

Whimsical Wordless Wednesday

'J'ai deux amours, -Mon pays et Paris' 
(I have two loves, -my country and Paris)  -Josephine Baker


It's Paris Fashion Week right now, and I've stumbled upon this lovely image, -doesn't it make you want to book the next train to the city of love? Oui Oui!  Well, let's have some fun on this whimsical Wednesday!

*Can you caption this fabulous photo?*


If I could just hold this pose for a few more seconds...
Amelie was beginning to regret many things right now, -the dizzying heights of this rooftop, the tightly encased corset hidden beneath the river of blue fabric, mostly though, she found herself lamenting that last martini at lunch, -how much longer would this shoot take?



Photocredits via weheartit


  




15 comments:

  1. Wow. Beautiful!!! I wanted so badly to be witty but came up empty. I do apologize. This dress is fabulous!!!! I sort of wish I was in it!

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  2. Oh, fantastic! Sigh! Maybe I should get myself on the Eurostar. I'll meet you in Paris in 3 hours, okay? We can get some lovely red wine at a little bistro in Montmartre...

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  3. I love your caption! That dress is just amazing, and the view--sigh. I want to be in Paris!

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  4. Never been to Paris - I will get there one of these days! Gorgeous photo.

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  5. Yes,

    Fantastic image.... Brings me back to my modeling days, but I never wore anything that fabulous! lol

    I miss Paris.... would LOVE to meet you an Talli at that bistro, but it would take me so long to get there from Chicago....

    Talei,

    Love the caption.

    Michael

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  6. My caption(s)?

    How the heck am I going to get untangled from those bushes?
    or
    Sorry love, I can't dance in this thing.
    or
    Take all the pictures you want, I'm can't go anywhere.

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  7. Isn't it amazing what one creative person can do with a single box of tissues?

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  8. Oh, that is a GORGEOUS dress--and you're so right, it flows like a river of blue fabric. Good comparison.

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  9. Beautiful! I would love to go to Paris (the sooner the better, is my hope!). Your caption is wonderful! Here's my paling one... "And now if you'll all look to the right..." :) Happy Wednesday!

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  10. Sorry can't come up with anything nearly as witty as your caption. So I will hang my head in shame and just say lovely whimsical photo and very creative caption.

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  11. I can't even caption this. The photo is beautiful beyond words

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  12. J'adore Paris!

    My caption: "I'm definitely going to need a massage after this!"

    That dress is so breathtakingly beautiful. It's like it's part of the sky.

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  13. That would make a spectacular book cover for the Luxe Book Series. Loss for words.

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  14. Jen, its pretty special isn't it? ;) I think every girl should have one of these in her wardrobe!!

    Talli, Ooh Montmartre tres wonderful, I shall be right over - which bistro? ;)

    Meredith, thanks, I love finding pics like this one. *sigh* Paris is not so far from here, I must organise a weekend away!

    Melissa, good to hear - we all need to visit the city of love, at least once! ;)

    Michael, wonderful - we'll be waiting at the bistro for you! ;) And I'm sure you looked quite fabulous in your modelling days as you do now!

    Bish, ha ha! Yes, - 'I can't move so please take your time with the photos!'

    Pat, very funny! I love that caption, what else are tissues for?

    Carol, cheers ;) It's a very frothy river right?

    Donea, love it! She could do a wonderful commentary of Paris from that rooftop,non? ;)

    Ann, aha - I know you can but we'll let you off this time! ;)

    Melissa, absolutely, you're quite right. And it was meant to be a wordless post but I can't stop jabbering...mmm ;)

    Liz, J'adore! Great caption too! :)

    Regina, it's a stunning pic, -I think everyone here has great taste!! ;)

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  15. "No matter to what dizzying modelling heights Sharon scaled, in her heart she would always be a bogan and as the photographer snapped away she was wondering if she spat right now if she could hit the guy walking past seven floors below her."

    It's a gorgeous dress, but I'd take the trip to France over it any day of the week!

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