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A Sunny Springlike Sunday in Montmartre

3.16.2015
Paris Montmartre
Paris Montmartre
Paris Montmartre
Paris Montmartre
Paris Montmartre

On this splendid morning an awakened Spring called Paris out of its sleepy winter slumber, and convinced us the seasons were finally shifting toward sunnier warmer days...

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19 comments

  1. It just hit me - Exactly why I love your Paris photos so much! Paris is such a timeless place....you feel it when you're there. That generations have come and gone and very little has changed. Your photos capture that feeling! This thought specifically hit me with that fourth shot - but it is the reason why all your photos resonate so strongly with me and transport me!

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    1. To capture and convey a feeling that transports the viewer,... I think those are the most gratifying words anyone could say to a photographer. Oh Adrienne, thank you... that means so much to me. It's the best reward! xo

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  2. I just had the most delightful and delicious brunch at a little French Cafe here in the States and it made me think of you!

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  3. Gorgeous! I really love the second shot in black and white. The blur is intriguing.

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  4. Beautiful photos, I really like your processing on these.

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  5. Mmmm street cafes in spring sunshine... how perfect

    Mollyxxx

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  6. This is a great group of shots. I especially like the 1, 2 and 4.

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  7. oh thank you for taking us to Montmartre - I remember it of course from our Paris trip 10 years ago. I loved the artists in the streets. We went to our friend's cousin's apartment and then had dinner here somewhere at a street side cafe. Wonderful memories.

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  8. ahhh Paris in Spring... best time of the year to be there.

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  9. I totally agree with Adrienne, Paris is timeless and your photos capture that beauty and simplicity and elegance!

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  10. In these shots, I see a place that knows how to do what must be done, whether it's working or resting. Well done.

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  11. Oh Catherine.... I might sound repetitive but your pictures really transport me to Paris.... love them!!!!!

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  12. Absolutely love the pink color of that building! Thanks for sharing with us at Thursday Favorite Things!

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  13. This series of photos, Catherine, does convey the feeling of a city awakening to spring. I especially liked the people sitiing outdoors and those walking along cobblestone paved walkways.

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