Sunday, April 1, 2018

Plein de couleur

—begun in the
6th century as a Benedictine abbey—is the 
oldest church in Paris.  The current 
renovation has restored this once 
dark and dingy church to its colorful 
and light-filled glory.

[To see more churches from around the
world, visit inSPIREd Sunday.]

Thursday, March 1, 2018

Photo Op

Don't know whether these are professional
models or just a couple having their
picture taken by a pro (and me).  The latter,
I think; there were several couples posing by the
lit-up pyramid at the Louvre that night.

Thursday, February 1, 2018

Pomp and Circumstance

One day last September, I was about to
have lunch across the street from the
Palais du Luxembourg (home of the French
Senate), when this colorful crew
showed up.  Found out that they accompanied
the new president, Emmanuel Macron,
as he came to address the chamber.  

Monday, January 1, 2018


At this 17th-century church—the
second-largest in Paris—you
can see something
everywhere you look.

[Linking back to Macro Monday.]

Friday, December 1, 2017


Have learned to like the inside-out Pompidou,
but don't get me started about the
hideous Tour Montparnasse (I cried the first 

time I saw it).  However, I've always 
loved Pei's pyramids—how about you?

[Linking back to Weekend Reflections.]

Wednesday, November 1, 2017

ABC Wednesday—Q = "quai"

. . . de la Tournelle, that is.  Can you
imagine a more romantic place to stroll—
or a more fantastic view?

[To see more ABC posts, go here.]

{I'm scheduling this to post, but I might not be able
to link back to ABC Wednesday.  At the
moment I'm on a ship off the coast of Argentina,
and may or may not have any Internet.}

Sunday, October 1, 2017

Les ombres du Louvre

I appreciate that these sumptuous carpets
and gorgeous painted dressers are
still here for us to admire.
The chairs aren't too shabby, either.

[Linking back to Shadow Shot Sunday.]