Sunday, August 14, 2016
Time at the Musee d’Orsay
© Felipe Adan Lerma
I’ve used this image for the cover of one of my small Paris photo memoir books, Day 11, and recently uploaded it to Fine Art America (FAA).
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I hope you’ll take a look at this & my other Paris images.
I’ll also be featuring this particular image on these FAA’s Paris photos pages –
Time at the Musee d’Orsay currently has over 3500 views on FAA and has been featured in these Fine Art America artist groups –
My original Paris image, Musee d’Orsay now currently has over 23,000 views! – thank u all so much! 🙏
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“USA Photographers” curated by Judy Vincent @JudyVincent74
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Timeless piece of work. Fantastic capture Felipe with the combination of Black and white and a dash of color. L/F
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Thank you so much for coming by (smiles),
Namaste – con Dios – Peace be with you
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