Thursday, 4 October 2012

A helicopter in a piano shop

Walking through Versailles (near Paris) late one evening last week, I saw someone standing stiffly in a well lit piano showroom.  The shop was closed at the time, but on looking more carefully I was surprised to see what he was doing.

Flying between the beautiful new instruments was a radio controlled helicopter, impressively controlled.  I didn't dare to take a photo ( or at least I didn't think the resulting image would have been of high enough quality anyway).

Quelle surprise!

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