one of the most beautiful towns on the French Riviera
So true, I still have mine..:o)(I was shocked by some prices, and not only for the bears..)
Sadly not, but this is a wonderful photo, Jilly... 'The Odd Couple'!
des amis pour Amédée ;) beau couple de nounours
The problem with taking photos is that you are then not looking to buy and when I got home I rather wished I'd bought one of these adorable bears...Olivier, oui, des amis pour Amédée, sans vacances a New York!
How happy and lucky it would have been to come home with you.
So true....I still have mine, not so yellow as it used to be!:)Look at his eyes. Something must have happened!
I feel the interesting conversation can be made with the one on the right)).
Ah oui Olivier, des amis pour Amédée. Great choice of tone for this shot!
I bet they could tell many stories!Barbara from Germany
Wonderful portrait and they posed so well for you... I have a very sad looking nounours in my cedar chest... must go get him out!Bises,G
This reminds me of the Velveteen Rabbit story ... real because he was loved.
The one on the right is absolutely adorable! What an expression! Nice rendition of this photo.
Just realised that this photo isn't a simple sepia tone but rather a desaturated colour effect - the armchair retains some blue tones while the bears are brownish - that works REALLY well!
Nathalie, it's an effect in Lightroom called Creative Aged Photo. However, it bleached the photo a bit too much and gave too much light to the dress of the bear on the left so I changed it around a bit, added more contrast and less exposure so it's a mix of an effect and me fiddling about!
what a beautiful photo this is!
Jilly,This picture rivals my all time favorite of yours - the old man in the doorway of his workshop down on the port. This one is now a close second ..Love the sepia and the chair these bears are seated on.Brava, Jilly.-Rick Manhattan Beach CA u.s.a.
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