France, Black-and-white

Abandoned Subway Entrance, Palais de Justice
Abandoned Subway Entrance, Palais de Justice
Paris Metro-Pont Neuf
Paris Metro-Pont Neuf
Sortie, Bibliotheque de Paris
Sortie, Bibliotheque de Paris
Courtyard Near The Bibliotheque de Paris
Courtyard Near The Bibliotheque de Paris
Dog Walker, Rue Sevigne, Le Marais
Dog Walker, Rue Sevigne, Le Marais
Les Chimeres Restaurant, Marais
Les Chimeres Restaurant, Marais
43 Rue Francois Miron
43 Rue Francois Miron
Upstairs, 43 Rue Francois Miron
Upstairs, 43 Rue Francois Miron
Pyramid, Boy
Pyramid, Boy
Courtyard, Louvre
Courtyard, Louvre
Fountain, Versailles
Fountain, Versailles
Grotesque, Versailles
Grotesque, Versailles
Hall, Arches, Versailles
Hall, Arches, Versailles
Side Stairs, Versailles
Side Stairs, Versailles
Towers, Notre Dame Cathedral
Towers, Notre Dame Cathedral
Notre Dame Facade, Afternoon
Notre Dame Facade, Afternoon
Twin Towers, Notre Dame
Twin Towers, Notre Dame
Capital, Fence Column, Notre Dame
Capital, Fence Column, Notre Dame

3 thoughts on “France, Black-and-white”

  1. Hi – just came across your site while doing some digging on Chalone-Sur-Saône, and also came across this entry. I just returned from eight days in the Marais, plus other areas of course.

    I really enjoyed this page. I think going to Chalone with my “miniature” (4×5) might be good fun. Being a Burgundy addict is just a side attraction …

    1. Chalon was a charming side-trip from Paris. The Niepce museum in town is excellent and well worth the visit. Do plan carefully because the house and the museum have distinct operating hours and days, and the house has a limited season.

  2. Thank you for the tips – genuinely appreciated!

    I generally plan pretty carefully, and I tend to camp myself in a locality. I considered side trips from Paris, but decided not to do that; fragmentation of experience is not something I handle well. Maybe I’m just old. 🙂

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