Sculpture and vines - Ciné 13 Théâtre Sculpture and vines - Ciné 13 Théâtre

I think that these vines have been growing for more than a few years. What do you think?   Do you think that the sculpture over the window w...

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Musée Grevin - a ghost? Musée Grevin - a ghost?

At Musée Grevin, this figure peeking from behind the velvet curtains seemed just spooky enough for our Halloween I am not sure who inspired ...

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Cathedral of our Lady of Chartres - astrological clock Cathedral of our Lady of Chartres - astrological clock

The chancel screen of Chartres Cathedral displays an impressive astrological clock dating from the 16th century. It told not only the time b...

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Beyond this door... Beyond this door...

Beyond this door of unknown decades are stories untold and lives unseen bon weekend

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Le Corbeau et le Renard Le Corbeau et le Renard

The poet Jean de la Fontaine spent almost three decades writing his version of 243 fables.  This statue in Square du Ranelagh shows him rega...

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Rue Montorgueil Rue Montorgueil

The curtained window with its box of flowers, belies the chaos of the street below providing a refuge for the birds and those who reside wit...

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Les mains Les mains

Hands of friendship There are six sculptures of bronze hands laid on granite stones in Jardins des Tuileries by Louis Bourgeois.  In April, ...

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Un abondance de l'asperge Un abondance de l'asperge

An arrangement of simple vegetables in a Paris market, seen here as a theme in soft shades of green

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Climbing Climbing

A rock wall climber in training at Square Trousseau

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Église Saint Eustache Église Saint Eustache

Framed by the entrance to Les Halles the massive Saint-Eustache fills the sky bon dimanche

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La Tour Eiffel - sunset La Tour Eiffel - sunset

la Tour in the fading light of day...

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Architecture reflections Architecture reflections

The "old" reflected by the "new" The straight lines of the modern box provide a clean surface for reflecting the century...

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Zoom-Zoom - X Zoom-Zoom - X

          Style and speed...  zoom-zoom            

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Café de la Paix - II Café de la Paix - II

The early morning sun captured shadows on the terrasse of Café de la Paix, but not even one person enjoying a café crème. No mystery, just t...

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Are you dizzy yet? Are you dizzy yet?

I wonder if you lean way out from the edge  while holding on and then look up...? Eiffel Tower Carrousel One of two,  Quai Branley

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Courtyard stairway Courtyard stairway

Peering into a quiet courtyard, these steps and terrace were inviting us to enter.

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Église Saint Philippe du Roule - un ange Église Saint Philippe du Roule - un ange

The delicate reach of an angel... Église Saint Phillip du Roule bon dimanche

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Café blanc Café blanc

The weather this April day was warmer than most of the days in June The sun was warming the terrace The pain au chocolate was perfection So ...

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Architectural reflection Architectural reflection

  In the well-heeled 8ième arrondissement the windows of this grand residence  reflect its neighbor Bon weekend Rue Rembrandt Près de Parc ...

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Marché Maubert - Paris friend Marché Maubert - Paris friend

There is a story here. In April, I returned to the thrice-weekly marché in Place Maubert to deliver a portrait that I had taken in June 2010...

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Le Petit Garçon Le Petit Garçon

While the other children ran through the park or zipped around on scooters,  this little boy played happily alone.  Square Trousseau Métro ...

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La Tour Eiffel La Tour Eiffel

A room with a view

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Pâtisserie Hunt - blé sucré Pâtisserie Hunt - blé sucré

blé sucré is relatively new on the Paris bakery scene when one considers the legends of Ladurée and Pierre Hermé.  Founded by patissier Fabr...

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Église Saint Étienne du Mont - Angels on High Église Saint Étienne du Mont - Angels on High

Angels on high I do not believe that anyone has counted the angels and cherubs in Église Saint Étienne du Mont, but there are many, perhaps ...

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Pierre Augustin Caron de Beaumarchais Pierre Augustin Caron de Beaumarchais

  Pierre-Augustin Caron de Beaumarchais , watchmaker, inventor, musician, diplomat, fugitive, spy, publisher, arms dealer, financier, revolu...

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Le Tire Bouchon - Montmartre Piano Bar Le Tire Bouchon - Montmartre Piano Bar

How do you get a shot without a tourist in Montmartre?   You walk around the corner... not very scenic but for me it was all about the color...

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Brasserie Bofinger Brasserie Bofinger

Brasserie Bofinger was opened in 1864 and has a reasonable claim to being the first of the Parisian brasseries.  It was quite tiny in those ...

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John Baillie -  un grand tailleur depuis 1883 John Baillie - un grand tailleur depuis 1883

  Facing Palais Garnier in a boutique first started in 1883, one can imagine the clientele of those early years.  The shop still thrives thr...

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Métro Champs-Elysées Clemenceau Métro Champs-Elysées Clemenceau

  In Lisbon the Metrolitano Picoas station has a very French Guimard entrance, a gift from RATP.  In exchange, the Portuguese ceramist and p...

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Pâtisserie Hunt - Julien II Pâtisserie Hunt - Julien II

Just a stone's throw from yesterday's church, Église Saint Philippe du Roule, is this pâtisserie filled with temptations to start yo...

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Église Saint Philippe du Roule Église Saint Philippe du Roule

This photo is yet another view of Église Saint Philippe du Roule showing more of the detail that graces this church built between 1774 and 1...

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