Tag Archives: France

Money and his Muse

Visiting Claude Monet’s home at Giverny in France, I encountered one of the most beautiful garden’s I had ever seen. I picture Monet having out there through the day, perhaps with his muse, first sketching out, and then painting a masterpiece. This is certainly a place I’d love to revisit, but this time linger perhaps […]

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The Romance of Paris

Paris is such a beautiful city, with so many places to stroll through enchanted streets in the evenings with someone you love. This lovely road at in the Montmartre neighborhood is just such a place. So, if you ever do get a chance, do take the hand of someone you love and walk along those […]

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Arc de Triomphe

Hope you all are not bored of my shots of Paris yet.  Here’s another I shot while hanging out one evening on the Champs-Élysées watching the traffic wind its way ’round and ’round the roundabout.

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Thirty-Four

Did I mention that it’s just about impossible to shoot a bad photograph in Paris?  Well, it is!  Especially at night.  I’d have to say that shooting after the sun went down over the City of Lights had to be my favorite time of the day to shoot.  Such great colors on the buildings, the […]

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I know a place where we can go

Usually you’ll never know what you’ll find while exploring the cool cobble-stoned back alleys of Paris, but I guarantee you’ll come across lots of great little Crêperies like this one.  My favorite kind of crêpe always includes nutella in it somewhere, and maybe some tasty cookie or biscotti crumbs mixed into that crêpe for good […]

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