Paris: A Movable Feast: The Streets and People of Paris


“If you are lucky enough to have lived in Paris as a young man, then wherever you go for the rest of your life, it stays with you, for Paris is a movable feast.” – Ernest Hemingway

As I sit here in my pajamas, tired from a long day at work, and waiting for my boyfriend to come home, I started thinking about Paris. I started thinking about the streets, the food, the lights, the ambiance, and how Audrey Hepburn was right: “Paris is always a good idea.”

Since the Christmas before, James and I had been talking about how magical it would be to have Christmas in Paris. Although we had never been to Paris, we knew how magical it is. We wanted to be apart of it, so we started planning. After months and months of waiting and longing, the trip was finally here.

Below are some of our favorite places and some of James’ amazing photography! Everywhere you turn, beauty was to be captured. Of course we went to more places and saw many things, but these are some highlights with pictures to compliment.

This is my photgrapher

This is my photographer/adventure buddy

The Streets and People of Paris

The street and the people, I believe, are really what make Paris the wonderful place that it is. In James’ photography journey through The City Of Lights he admitted that he use to try and get people out of the shot, but in Paris, the people are what add the beauty.





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Place De Vosges: Built by Napoleon

Place De Vosges: Built by Napoleon




 Stay tuned for my next posts to see more pictures and places from Paris


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