Door across the street from the restaurant where we ate a leisurely lunch outside.
We also witnessed an accident at the nearby intersection, which elicited lots of
help from onlookers while waiting for the ambulance to arrive.
Under France's "Good Samaritan" law, onlookers or passersby have
a legal obligation to help someone in distress.
Metro access near the Vanves flea market. Our US credit cards didn't have the right security chip to use in the Metro ticket machines, but ATMs are handily available to draw cash. Bicycles are everywhere, even to rent from stands on the street.
Local fountains with small patches of park or garden often decorate the odd angles of intersections. You can see the warning "eau non potable" on the fountain in the middle of the walkway.
And the many local church bells chime often during the day, their gentle tolling punctuating the warm afternoons.
In the coming days, I hope to have more photos to share with you, maybe even some where I do more than point and shoot. Adieu jusque-là!