Hubbie and I really rather like Paris. We honeymooned there and have been back a few times since. We decided to take Niblet for his first trip at half-term in June. Warning: photo heavy post coming up. Advertisements
I know it’s been a long time coming, but I finally have the time to write about something that has been on my mind for…. well over about 18 months now (but there is a sort of resolution, if you stick with it!)
So, remember I said I had a new idea for my Valentine…
A strange bag today! I’m really just trying to use up what is left of the analogue images and these all happen to be of Paris, so they are thrown together through no fault of their own.
Something silly and sunny for another rainy day. It did try to snow this morning, but nothing stuck.
Is it that, all foreign things seem so much less mundane than ours, thing again? Here are a number of different, yet all amazing, rooftops in Paris.
I guess I should have put these images in on Halloween!! I love some of the amazing headstones and tombs that can be found in graveyards, but sometimes it feels a bit weird taking pictures of other families grief, especially if there are people around.
I have finally managed to scan all my favourite B&W and polaroid shots too.
Eiffel Tower – August 2005