As Christmas approaches this year, I am taken back by nostalgia. Suddenly, I’m in December 2009 in Paris, France. This was my first step in France and ever since, I have promised to explore it completely.
Here is a selection of my photographs from Paris, during my Christmas weekend there; four years ago. I hope it makes you hang that wishful stocking for Santa Claus.
Hold your breath…
The Louvre allows restricted photography. These are snippets from there and once you’re there, it is difficult to let go of…
P.S> Where are you spending your Christmas this year?
I have been a travel and culture independent journalist. My bylines have appeared in many publications worldwide including National Geographic Traveller India, Lonely Planet Magazine India, The Indian Express and World Travel Magazine. A fellow of Media Ambassadors India-Germany 2019 program by Robert Bosch Stiftung and Centre for Media Competence, University of Tübingen. Currently, I am the photo editor for RoundGlass Sustain, a wildlife and conservation e-publication. I live in India.
7 thoughts on “Photo Story: Paris, France”
It’s beautiful and breath-taking, awe-inspiring and frankly, a little unreal…how everyone keeps to their lane in traffic!
And even though the city is so busy, there is always enough time to stand and stare.
What memories. Paris is one of my most loved cities. I have already been there twice in 2 consecutive yrs. :) The streets, the music, the art, the street musicians, the feel in the air. In Love with Paris!
Truly, as if Paris is held together only by love!
Your photos made me feel quite nostalgic :) I adore Paris and would love to go back again soon :)
So yes, the Paris-love seldom dies.