Heading to the FNAC on rue de Rennes today, I stroll down rue du Cherche Midi. A gorgeous January day: the sky is cerulean blue, and puffs of white clouds lazily glide overhead.
I turn the corner on the tiny rue Blaise Desgoffe. It's raining -- a real downpour.
A quick glance upwards. Am I dreaming? No, the sun is still shining brilliantly.
Approaching the bend in the narrow street, I spot three 25-foot-tall telescoping sprinklers showering the building and the street in front. Inside Le Palace café, there are bright lights. A film crew! Fat rubber hoses run down the street from the corner, to supply the water for the rainmakers.
Ah, Paris, so photogenic. It seems there is always a movie being filmed in any given arrondissement. Now at least I know how the special effects guys create those rainy-day-outside-the-café mood scenes. Should have brought my umbrella.
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