Monday, July 9, 2012

Blue Monday

I'm linking up over at Blue Monday today.  

Taken in Paris, France in 1992.

Rue du Chat-qui-Pêche

This tiny alleyway is said to be the narrowest street in Paris, and also dates back to the Middle Ages. Before the quai was built, the Seine sometimes flooded the cellars of the houses, and legend has it that an enterprising cat took advantage of its good fortune and went fishing in the confines of the cellars -- hence the street's name, which means "Street of the Cat Who Fishes."


  1. That is so blue-tiful!
    I love Parisians sense of humor.
    Happy Blue Monday, Jackie.

  2. nice photo and fascinating story.....I love to learn new info, don't you?!

  3. Cool!

    My BLUES please come and see. Have a fabulous Monday!

  4. I wonder what the sign looks now since it was been taken back in '92, great post:)

    Visiting for Blue Monday- hope you can stop by..

  5. Very nice.

    Visiting from Blue Monday, here's my lovely BLUE. Your comment will be greatly appreciated!!


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