Paris: A Photo-Essay

Thirty photographs from our flânerie through Paris.

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Paris.
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Sunday breakfast in the Jardin des Tuileries.
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The west façade of Notre-Dame Cathedral. Wonky composite of twelve photographs.
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Notre-Dame Cathedral. Detail 01, west façade.
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Notre-Dame Cathedral. Detail 02, west façade.
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Notre-Dame Cathedral. Detail 03, north façade.
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Notre-Dame Cathedral. Interior.
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Notre-Dame Cathedral. North façade Rose Window.
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Looking south from Montmartre.
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Detail.
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Montmartre street.
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Pont de l’Archevêché.
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Louvre approach through the Passage Richelieu.
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“Was it busy?”… “Yeah, quite busy.”
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Jardin des Tuileries.
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Chair. Terrasse du Bord de l’Eau.
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Musée d’Orsay.
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Poster.
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Pompidou Centre / Rue du Renard.
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Pompidou Centre / Place Georges Pompidou.
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Wall / Art.
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Love / Heart.
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Arc de Triomphe 01.
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Arc de Triomphe 02.
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Avenue des Champs-Élysées.
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Avenue d’Iéna.
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Rue de Buenos Ayres.
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Tour Eiffel 01.
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Tour Eiffel 02.
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River Seine / from the Tour Eiffel.

 

100 thoughts on “Paris: A Photo-Essay”

  1. I was missing Paris a little extra today and stumbled upon this post. You captured the city so beautifully, highlighting the elegance of its architecture and taking me back to my favorite quarters. Not to mention the angles of the shots, you’ve got an incredible eye! Thanks for the beautiful post 🙂

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  2. A timely reminder as to why myself, and my partner, are holding off a visit to the Louvre, until we can visit in the VERY off-season.

    Also a reminder that the less vaunted climb to the top of l’Arche, rewards the climber with views every bit as grand as the Tour, and with, usually, less bodies to obscure a good picture 😉

    Wonderful pictures though, makes me keen to write about Paris on our next sojourn.

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  3. Great photos of a wonderful city… I live in France and sometimes I go to Paris, I know all the places you visited, I especially like your look at the Eiffel Tower and Notre Dame and Montmartre and le jardin des Tuileries !!

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