Due to unfortunate circumstances (i.e. work, the loss of the letter A on my keyboard, Christmas shopping gone awry), the blog will be closed from now until sometime in January. I wish y’all a great holiday season! Here are the last Paris photographs from last year. I figured I’d better post them now before I bring back the new batch.
From les quais de la Seine. I still have not figured out what exactly the world is screaming. Nov? Mov? French people should definitely stick to French.
Picnic on the Quai
Maman, a giant sculpture by Louise Bourgeois, at the Tuileries
Bronze by Aristide Maillol
Another Aristide Maillol bronze
The same statue put to a use the artist had probably not foreseen
the guilded Jeanne d’Arc, rue de Rivoli
Have a splendid Thanksgiving, St. Niklaas, Hanuka, Festivus, Christmas, and an especially happy New Year! Thanks for all your comments over the last year. They helped me grow as a photographer. See you next year for new adventures!
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Tagged Aristide Maillol, Closed on Christmas, Happy Festivus, Jeanne d'Arc, life, Louise Bourgeois, Paris, Photography, The world screaming, Thoughts, Travel, Tuileries