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Montmartre, Paris (A large hill on the right bank) By Paul Goldfinger ©

Montmartre, Paris (A large hill on the Right Bank) By Paul Goldfinger ©Reposted from 2015.


GERRY MULLIGAN  “Home when shadows fall”



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Paris. Paul Goldfinger photograph. Silver gelatin print. ©

Paris. Paul Goldfinger photograph. Silver gelatin print. ©


JOHNNY HARTMAN     From the Clint Eastwood film  (with Meryl Streep) The Bridges of Madison County.

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Paul Goldfinger ©.  Place de Vosges  (1605).  Marais District of Paris. Click image to enlarge.


FRANCOIS PARISI:  “Le Parc de Plaisir” from Woody Allen’s film Midnight in Paris.

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Paris. Photo by Paul Goldfinger ©

Paris. Photo by Paul Goldfinger ©.



PETE RODRIGUEZ  from the soundtrack of the movie Chef.   



Editor’s note.   Food is supreme in Paris.  It’s hard to find a bad meal…the bistros around town offer just a few special items  each day, but always delicious. And course there are those high end  restaurants where celebrity chefs can be found serving up exquisite dishes every day.

And go to an outdoor market, pick some fresh items and have a picnic.  The grocer above was not happy when I took his picture, but I got the shot before he turned and scowled.  And the music—don’t miss the movie “Chef.”  It’s a little long, but great fun and with a terrific soundtrack.  The second half is best with the cooking and the music.


My photo on the cover of “A Waiter in Paris” is now being seen in bookshops around the civilized world and on the Net.  It was released on August 9, 2022.

The photo is on the dust-cover, and my name appears on the inside flap. One publisher did their cover version in red-white-and blue, but they retained the black and white photo.




HAVANA CARBO:   “Paris.”


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Place des Vosges. Paris. By Paul Goldfinger ©. Undated.



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L’Oustau de la Mar is in Cassis, a  fishing village in Provence—-southern France. This restaurant is along the edge of the harbor where cafés and eateries overlook the pebbled beach and the fleet. It’s a little early for dinner.  Paul Goldfinger ©. Undated.


Paul Goldfinger ©. Cassis, France. Provence. Blogfinger.net  Silver gelatin dark room print by the photographer.  Click to enlarge.


DALIDA: “Dans le bleu du ciel bleu.”

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Saint-Circ-Lapopie. Southern France overlooking the Lot River. Paul Goldfinger photo ©

Saint-Circ-Lapopie. Southern France overlooking the Lot River. Paul Goldfinger photo ©


By Paul Goldfinger, MD.   Editor. Blogfinger.net. Ocean Grove,  NJ.

This image was originally shown on Blogfinger one year ago.  It reminds me of the old guys who get together each morning at Wegmans or at a diner.  They sit (or stand) around and talk politics or reminisce about their military service, or they complain about their kids.

I did, however, see a group of older women doing the very same thing at the upstairs Wegmans café.

When I see them again, I will take their photo and ask them what they’re talking about.

Paul Goldfinger, Editor @Blogfinger


BILL FRISELL. “You Only Live Twice.”


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Domme, France. By Paul Goldfinger ©

Domme, France. By Paul Goldfinger © This image was shown  as part of a juried exhibition at the Monmouth Museum. It has been posted on Blogfinger most years since 2014. ©


This medieval French village sits above the Dordogne River in south-central France. There is a hotel there and a little park.

In the mornings, the mist rises off the river and makes itself known 900 feet above.  On market day, they set up here early, and as the mist clears, a foie gras stand is seen along with tables belonging to fresh food merchants selling sausage, vegetables, bread and fish.

During the Hundred Years War, the English owned this spot for awhile.  Luckily the French got it back—the food’s better.  But Monty Python is funnier.





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xxxxxx Notre Dame, Paris.  By Paul Goldfinger ©  Blogfinger.net. Silver gelatin dark room print.





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Blvd St Michel By Paul Goldfinger

Place Saint-Michel, Paris Left Bank.   By Paul Goldfinger©


DJANGO REINHARDT   from the movie Something’s Gotta Give:  “Brazil”

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