Yes, but does it have A/C?
I don't think you see what I see in that window.
I love it. Reminds me of a book i just read: "The Mark of the Angel" by Nancy Huston. Written first in French, by the way. Write something about it, Patti.
Oddly enough I wrote a story about an aggel for an anthology called Bats in the Belfry. And that angel has been in my mind ever since. I think I imagined those wings there.
A photogenic angel? Now that is something new.
I'm a wee bit jealous.
Of the angel or its location?
Or just the pension. What, aside from probably wings or a white shirt, do you see? It comes out pretty dark on the site as I see it...
I see wings and take it as a sign.
Ah. Looking at it on a different computer, it looks indeed like an angel statuette in the window.But I have been accused of a lack of Romance in my outlook in the past.
My theory is that a dancer lives there and this is his/her costume. Or that it is a real angel. I don't find you unromantic at all. On the contrary.
I think it's a huge moth. One who has achieved the ultimate.
In person, it was not at all diaphanous. It looked solid enough to carry the weight of an angel of some heft.
It might be a really strange fan. On the other hand, i would much prefer it to be an actual angel, just hanging around in a Paris appartment!Hope you are having a great time!Hannah
That would be one scary mother, Sandra!Jeff M.
Those are definitely angel wings, Patti. And meant for you to see, perhaps even to stimulate your writer's muse.
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