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.

For more information on Notre-Dame de Paris, please check out my building study on that amazing cathedral.

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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.

 

179 thoughts on “Paris: A Photo-Essay”

      1. My wife (now deceased) and I visited Paris many times while we were living in London from 1968 to 1973 and subsequently on European trips from Canada and the US. It was always the highlight of our travels. Your pictures bring back many happy memories and I look forward to celebrating at least one more time if my health remains good . Being 90 this year brings a sense of urgency to my plans . I first sat in the Jardin de Tuileries as a young bachelor in 1956 and our last visit was in 2000.
        Thank you for bringing it all back so vividly.
        Russ Brake

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  1. Great photos! I especially loved the black and white of Montmartre street! I also liked the chair and am curious about it – is it your chair or did you just find it there? Either way, lovely photo!

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    1. Thanks! Yes, we just found it, in exactly that position – I was attracted to it because of it’s linear relationship to the trees / building – in a park that’s all arranged around linear geometry I just thought there something delightful in that.

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