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61-Ahead Of His Time – Paris, France

This huge poster was hung on the outside of the Centre Georges Pompidou. Edgar Varese   [...]

April 21, 2009 France

60-You Can’t Beat This Guy’s Meat – Paris, France

A rule of thumb in Paris is whenever you are out walking around and see a crowd forming – go there. There will always be something interesting or crazy going on. This was one of those moments. I was walking [...]

April 21, 2009 France

59-Bastille Market Place – Paris, France

The Bastille Marketplace is an open air market on Sunday mornings between 9:00 AM and 3:00 PM. Thousands of people flock to this market to shop for almost anything. There are over 300 merchants selling everything from wallpaper to fresh [...]

April 21, 2009 France

58-Centre Georges Pompidou – Paris, France

Photos taken from the Centre Georges Pompidou on a hazy day. The large church anchors a beautiful park which is behind the Les Halles shopping center. Beneath this church and shopping center lies the underground station Châtelet-Les-Halles, central hub of [...]

April 21, 2009 France

57-Carousels – Paris, France

The French love their carousels. There are more roundabouts in Paris then probably any other city. Okay, I made that up. I am not used to seeing this many flying horses in any one locale. These contraptions can pop up [...]

April 21, 2009 France

56-Happy Ending? – Paris, France

This advertisement was in the Paris Metro and looks as if this woman is getting massaged with wasabi. Let’s see – I like wasabi and I like a massage – so why not put those two things together? But, after [...]

April 21, 2009 France

55-Walkway – Paris, France

This moving walkway in the Montparnasse Metro station in Paris is over two football fields long. It hauls, and can deliver you to the end in less than two minutes. There is a warning sign at the beginning of the [...]

April 21, 2009 France

54-Flowers – Paris, France

The French love their flowers. In every large Metro station and on hundreds of street corners, there are flower shops. These shops fill the air with the aroma of fresh cut flowers and are a wonderful distraction to many of [...]

April 21, 2009 France

53-Eiffel Tower – Paris, France

The Eiffel Tower is the tallest structure in Paris. It is named after its designer and engineer Gustave Eiffel. It was built between 1887 and 1889 as the entrance arch for the Exposition Universelle, a World’s Fair marking the centennial [...]

April 21, 2009 France

35-Metro Music – Paris, France

Riding the Paris Metro was quite the learning experience. Understanding the map, where you are, where you want to go, and how many subway line changes you will have to make to get there. The Paris Metro is very clean, [...]

March 21, 2009 France