July 28, 2011

Midnight in Paris
















Who has seen the new Woody Allen movie? I did a few weeks ago and found it so sweet and charming. It's a beautiful and loving portait of Paris that will make you cherish it all the more. If you've seen it, who were your favorite characters? I thought that Adrian Brody pulled off Dali brilliantly and a confounded Luis Bunuel was hysterical (in an understated way).

25 comments:

Cato said...

So beautiful!!! Love your blog!

xx

Monica from Hola!design said...

I haven't seen the movie yet, but looks funny and charming.
Beautiful shots of Paris, what a city!

SoOhCliché said...

I loved Hemingway because I found him very charming, but I guess that does not do justice to the other actors who were just as good :)

L.Grainne said...

These are so gorgeous ! love them all.
My favorite character from the movie was Hemingway as well,
and so handsome ;)

Emily said...

wow! amazing photos:)

risamay said...

The movie is still on my must-see list. But OH OH OH how I love the Notre Dame night shot. REALLY lovely, Irene.

**patrouche** said...

I've been debating for a week if I should travel to Paris in September. I think I've made a decision, thanks to you ;-)

sécia said...

Can't wait to see that movie! Perhaps I will take the hubby this weekend or next. Lovely photos. Especially the bright eiffel tower.

♥ sécia
www.petiteinsanities.blogspot.com

S. said...

i adore the photo with the eiffel tower out of focus :) x

Lavender Playground said...

I watched it the first weekend it came out-- Dali was hilariously. Picasso was great too. I'm going to Paris quite soon- can't wait!

Lindsey Afton Dufoe said...

That movie definitely made me want to live in Paris in the '20s. Adrien Brody was also my favorite performance, but I loved Marion Cotillard's character. :)

Annie said...

These photos are the most beautiful I've ever seen of Paris. And after watching the movie, I've become convinced I'll someday move to Paris and be a heartbroken, sentimental writer.

A New England Life said...

All of your photos are so pretty! Maybe one day I'll actually get to Paris. Maybe. I was just looking the movie up online earlier this evening. Looks like a good one to go see with my husband.

Marcie said...

Magical! Your images take me into an imaginary place and time.

Abbi said...

Stunning photos as always :)

Rhianne said...

These are absolutely stunning. I can't decide to watch it before or after we've been to Paris next month...

Gallery32 said...

I adore that first image. The bokeh mixed with the tilt shift makes for a quite elegant image. Ah, Paris. Thanks for sharing :)

Lynda said...

I haven't seen the movie yet but am dying to!! Gorgeous photos!

Lissa said...

You do have an eye full of poetry!
Really nice spending some time looking at those pictures! I love your job! :)

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Emma said...

Hello Irene! I totally love your blogg. I found it through another swedish blogg named http://beatasbilder.blogg.se/. Your photos are awesome!I'm lucky to have found it! / hugs from le petite pays Suede!

dkshopgirl said...

awesome ...

sarah said...

such stunning photos! & i haven't seen that movie yet, but i can't wait to! :)

Lina-Paola said...

Really interesting approach of landscape and architectural photographs! I especially like the one of the eiffel tower blurred out in the distance with the light and all. Keep on posting because I love your work!!
-Lina
misartmanias.blogspot.com

Rachel said...

Beautiful photography.