Hey Paris lovers! Here’s another photo set to lose ourselves in. Feeling particularly grateful today for the chance to seek out these moments and share them with you.
This post has a couple of secret locations that I hope will be news to most of you. Thanks for joining in the adventure!
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Can’t wait to get to Soul Kitchen….my list from your blog gets longer and longer, so I’ve scheduled three extra free days when I visit in November. Jude said she loved your tour of Montmartre and is going to try to schedule another one soon! As always, your photographs make me homesick for Paris.
Thanks for the lovely views!
I wish you another beautiful day in Paris.
Hey Cheryl! Yes Jude and I had a fun time. Can’t wait to see you in November.
I read your blog with Google maps open, so I can look at the spots you mention and have a look around. It’s the first thing I do in the morning, with my cup of coffee at hand.
Ha, I love that Margaret! Sounds like something I’d do.
I’ll be going to that train station in London next month! After a tour of England, Scotland, and Wales, my friend and I are taking a train to Leicester to see King Richard III’s resting place (and see friends who live in Leicester) before heading home.
Hey Linda! So glad to hear you’re still traveling the world. Sounds like an amazing trip, including many things I’d love to see one day. Bon voyage to you!
Your photos are exquisite!
Thanks Catherine I appreciate that! Trying to get a bit better every day.
These photos are so good you could sell them. And thanks as always for the interesting tidbits! I didn’t know about the decree for the Rue du Pont Louis-Philippe, for instance — but it explains why it’s my favorite street on which to lèche-vitrine. :)
Hey Heidi, write thanks for the compliment! More and more people have been encouraging me to sell my photos and/or make a book of them. Maybe I should publish a batch like you did and see what happens? Speaking of selling, I have managed to snag a couple of sales on a stock photo website…I earn peanuts in the end but it’s still a nice morale booster!
Good for you for snagging a couple of sales, Corey — that in itself is impressive, considering the sheer volume of photos and competition on those photo sites. I hope the algorithms will take note of that and start boosting your photos’ visibility.
The colours in your photographs are so pleasing to look at, just so artistic and old world like. Love it. :)
Hi Little Chef, thanks for following along! Your comment made my afternoon :) I’m smitten with the old world feel of Paris and I’m so glad I was able to evoke a little bit of that for you. Yay!