Paris : The Thinker at Musee Rodin

It was the afternoon and Musee Rodin was the next location to visit. No sculpture is more recognized than The Thinker. Walking thru the garden at Musee Rodin, you will not fail to see The Thinker. Seeing him in thought, you would naturally feel for the need to be quiet as to not interrupt his…

Paris : Lourve in the evening

After a long day walking the streets of Paris, we came back to the Lourve for some peace and picturesque photos. Summer promises to give you long days and if you think this was taken around 8pm, you are wrong. This is taken at 1030pm. The sun was setting in the east and the moon…

Paris : Pont des Arts

This post is 3 years late but I shall write about it. Pont des Arts is a pedestrian bridge which crosses the Seine River in Paris. Very notable for the locks which tourist couples come to lock wishes of everlasting love. I can easily bet you that it will be filled very quickly.

Paris : Bon Soir from Champ de Mars

06/04/11, 8:15 PM UTC+1 It is 8:15 PM and the sun is heading for the night. Standing at the edge of Champ de Mars with Ecole Militaire behind us, we were greeted by this majestic view. The jardin was filled with Parisiens who were enjoying the long summer days. Some were having dinner and talking…

Paris : An evening at Notre Dame

Notre Dame in the evening. 06/04/11, 6:41 PM UTC+1 We returned at 641pm after The Lourve had closed for the day. I was very excited as blue skies greeted us as Notre Dame. What a beautiful evening. I took a photo of the tower which we would head up another day. Evening service was starting…

Paris : Notre Dame Morning.

06/04/11, 11:30 AM UTC+8 Photographer’s tip : The following collection spans two trips to Notre Dame. If you arrive in the morning, you will be photographing into the sun and will not have any chance of blue skies. Come back in the evening to have blue skies. On with this post. Cite metro station will…

Paris : Breakfast at L’Annexe

06/04/11, 10:43 AM UTC+1 Having spent about 30 minutes in La Conciergerie, I was getting hungry and it was time for breakfast or brunch and the best way to enjoy breakfast is to dine alfresco. We walked opposite of Sainte Chappelle which was already seeing a huge crowd gather. L’Annexe was just a random cafe…

Paris : La Conciergerie

06/04/11, 10:03 AM UTC+1 La Conciergerie is a French palace turned prison that used to hold one of France’s most popular royalty : Marie Antoinette. This museum is quieter as there aren’t many tourist who would walk in. Most head down the street a further 100 meters to Sainte Chappelle. Solemn and dimly lit, you…