Paris has a lot going on in the summer. In our first week here we have been reminded why we chose this city as our final stop of the journey. The weather here started out much as it ended our time in Amsterdam...cool, wet, and windy. Although the forecast looks very promising for the next week and MJs birthday is Friday so we may plan on making our way up to Montmartre for the day.
I have spent much of my time exploring the various arrondissements, or neighborhoods, as each of the 20 have their own unique personality. I am also relishing the opportunity to be able to photograph the city that sparked my love for street photography. Paris was the home to Henri Cartier-Bresson, considered to be the Godfather of modern street photography, and the place is so damn pretty it's hard to take a bad picture.
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