a variety of people around you, some in repair, or in their own happiness, anywhere.
Paris is full of variety. Beautiful flowers and insects in your latest post.
what a wonderful collection of joy, despair, and just there. will you write about your trip?
Thanks, rraine. Paris was wonderful. I probably won't write on my blog about my trip. It was interesting and the experience was hugely colored by the book I was reading at night. Have you heard of "the untethered soul" by Michael A. Singer? Wonderful book. I highly recommend it.
I lived in Paris for a while. They had good food but it wasn't a kind city.
I know what you mean about the unkindness. I found the people helpful and friendly, but any large city has its coldness and huge difficulties.
I'm curious. Why is the Eiffel Tower in black-and-white?
Kirk, it was overcast and dark when I visited the Eiffel Tower and the people all showed up dark in the photo. I changed the saturation setting on my computer when I published it because I loved the way it highlighted several people's stances juxtaposed with the Tower.
i love paris--original, right? so nice to hear from you, kass.
Glad you love Paris too. An immensely colorful city.
The diversity is incredible. Great photos, and it is so good to see you here again.
Thanks for your comment. I haven't had time to really keep up on blogging, but I enjoy dropping in on your photos and comments.
Wonderful to see you pop up- and I need a do-over for Paris. I was too young, too inexperienced- too many weeks into a whirlwind trip and I missed all the lovely things you've so artfully posted. So great Kass- truly wonderful.
Hope you make it back to Paris. Thanks for your comment.
Took a chance, here you are with Paris photos. Yes, it would be a treat for us if you wrote about it or whatever you are doing and thinking AND it is fine to see you here, to know you've been there (which I have not). xo
Marylinn, in case you don't look here for a response, I'll go to your blog. I've been so busy, blogging has been out of the question.
Paris is on my bucket list.
It's nice to know you've stopped by. Thanks.