Sunday Evening on the banks on the Seine.
The open-air market near our apartment.
An eggplant-colored side door of Notre Dame.
The Cluny Museum has a collection of stained glass from Sainte-Chapelle. It’s displayed in a darkened room with a light behind each pane. This piece is “The Blinding of Samson” and dates from the thirteenth century.
The Cluny also has an interesting collection of ornate locks and keys.
The Hotel de Ville – Liberté Égalité Fraternité.
It was interesting to see vintage European cars.
An ornate overdoor.
A bit of the Parisian skyline – the Seine, the Orsay Museum and the Eiffel Tower to the right.
A colorful sidewalk café in Montmartre.
Friday afternoon on Rue Des Martyrs in Montmartre.
The scholarly society Institut de France.
The Arc de Triomphe du Carrousel was commissioned by Napoleon to commemorate his Austrian victories in 1805. Jim took this great sunset photo.
One of my favorite spots, the Fontaine Saint-Michel (Saint Michael’s Fountain), is flanked with these statues of dragons.
I loved the ancient wisteria climbing up the wall of this sidewalk café.
The owner of this little Fiat came up with an inventive solution to the crowded parking situation in Paris.
Notre Dame at night was beautiful.