Turn that frown upside down by Playing Rock Paper Scissors in Paris Street Rainy Day

Rain tends to make a face go dour. This does not have to be the case! As Gustave Caillebotte reveals, there is joy to be had even in the environment underneath the umbrellas. Such loveliness goes through the whole of the work, with its muted hues lending it a stately aura. Whatever the style, they are remaining vigilant for anybody who may accost them on the street, playing Rock Paper Scissors until they have been fully defeated. Perhaps you will be the one to put their prancing amongst wettened cobblestone to rest.

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