Photographer's Note

On this day I visited Carnavalet Museum again. And as I came out from the there, in the backyard of the Historic Library of the City of Paris, I found them singing, singing medieval songs. They were all dressed in appropriate colourful costumes from the period. There was a multitude of people where this event was taking place. As I wanted to photograph them singing, I would have liked to be in the first row. But that's life; the people who had the privilege of arriving there earlier than I already occupied the entire front row. So, I gradually moved my way among the people and I finally succeeded at finding a place in the second row. As you can see in the photo, I included some of the audience in order to capture the cheerful atmosphere of this tiny but a very lively event. I am still not certain about the anachronism that I created by including a couple in the first row. You will be the judge.
In my next posting, I will be able to present the three ladies to you in their colourful costumes.

For listening to what the songs are like, please copy and past the link in URL, thank you.

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