PLUIE À PARIS

The city of Paris is unquestionably one of the most romantic places in the world. Its tree lined boulevards and ornate facades, the Eiffel Tower and Arc de Triomphe as well as the River Seine and all of its bridges all add to the air of romanticism that constantly envelopes the city. Aside from these, one thing that also made me fall madly in love with Paris was when rain started falling on it. The city sparkles and gleam brightly when wet…so instead of escaping from the rain, I walked into it with my umbrella and camera embracing the sense of solitude that it provided me. The photographs in this post were taken on the days it rained while I was in Paris. The first two were taken at The Louvre, the third one was at my hotel’s neighborhood at Avenue Kléber while the last one was right outside of Musée D’Orsay. I also decided to present the photographs in black and white to create a timeless look in them. The title is simply a French translation of the words “Rain in Paris”, which I thought sounded more sexy in French.

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PARIS, JE T’AIME

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I visited Paris about 2 months ago and stayed there for a week enjoying their food, music, fashion, architecture and rich culture. I fell in love with the City of Lights and my last night was made most memorable by a dinner cruise along the River Seine. The photo above was taken at the Trocadero Fountains capturing lovers in each others arms swaying to beautiful French music while the twinkling lights of the Eiffel Tower danced along.

Last night I watched in shock listening to the news about the terrorist attacks in Paris. Gladly, the horror is finally over but am still in disbelief over the amount of lives lost.  I pray that justice will eventually be served so Parisians can heal and move on with their lives then they can dance once more together with the twinkling lights of the Eiffel Tower like that beautiful night I captured in the photo above.

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