Paris lovers! Hope you're all doing well. Here are some more pics of the best city ever – full of rain, sun, and a few stuffed animals. Enjoy!
Thanks for stopping by, and as always I'll keep looking for stuff to inspire us. You can see the previous photo set here, and don't forget to hit me up for a guided tour if you want to go exploring with me!
De belles photos–épatantes!
Awesome some photos! Thanks for sharing. I look forward to reading your blog and enjoying the various photos.
I just arrived home and checked e-mail for your weekly post; it is as wondrous as ever. I love the intricate doors, the new café to visit in November, and the brilliance of the light on the pyramid at the Louvre! Your pictures and posts get better and better. My friend, Jude, told me she is taking a tour with you. She is delightful; you’ll enjoy each other!
You always make me pine for Paris! Dreaming of when I can return….
Amazing way to start my day; I always enjoy your posts and dream of the day I can return…
Simply delightful Corey. What a fine way to begin my Friday here in central Virginia. Your photo compositions are so thoughtful and serene. Thank you, Diane
Thanks Diane you’re very kind to say that. There’s a lot of poetry in this town and I try my best to capture it. :-)
Corey – I so look forward to your posts! This batch of photos are wonderful. Love the pyramid shot.
Thank you Susan! I’ll do my best to keep the photo journal going!
Your is the post that makes me stopover longest – and I never feel I must hurry to move on.
Than you dear, comments like that keep me going!
Reblogged this on Musings of a Penpusher and commented:
This post is sure to make you linger.
Focusing on the light first and the subject second isn’t silly Corey — in my book, it’s the very foundation of photography! You are right to be proud of the Louvre image — but the others are no slouches, either. Beautiful work, as always.
Thanks H, I hope you’re doing ok over there.
Two thumbs up, Corey! Thank you for the kind shout-out.
I really love your photos a beautiful work of real Paris.
Thanks Clement I appreciate that!