Paris in b/w
Paris is beautiful. Period.
While the biggest daily decisions were “What amazing iconic landmarks shall we visit today?” and “What time will we start drinking rosé?”, we also found ourselves trying to decide how to capture the beauty that is Paris. Thank goodness for filters that allowed us to toggle between color and b/w.
Unoriginal and possibly uninspired? Yes. Obsessed with the sky and shutters? 1000%.
Winding staircases are apparently a (beautiful) thing in Paris … this was the view from four flights down from our pied-à-terre in Le Marais. This was one of the many times we were glad we packed only carry-on luggage.
(Living) room with a view.
Arc de Triomphe.
On the corner of Rue de Rivoli.
Pont des Arts bridge with love locks. Apparently a binkie is also acceptable.
Beauty in an ordinary place.
Neighborly smoke break.
Tile flooring at a late night crêpes run.
Blessed with the weather in Paris …
We even enjoyed the history in the smallest things.
More shutter-bugging on our way to Chez Prune for dinner.
The Musée d’Orsay clock.
Notre-Dame de Paris.
Dining al fresco on Rue de Cler.
Walking through Le Marais … one of our favorite photos from the trip.
P.S.: his pants were bright yellow.
Traveling in Paris like the Parisians do.
Paris at midnight. This city is magical at every hour.
Up next: Through the French countryside to the South of France.