Le Jules Verne by Les Gens d’Ailleurs 

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Dinner with a view: the Jules Verne restaurant in the Eiffel tower is certainly one of the most amazing locations in the world to have dinner. May 2017.

Dîner avec vue : le restaurant Jules Verne à la tour Eiffel est certainement un des lieux les plus étonnants au monde pour dîner. Mai 2017.

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Etrange Cycliste dans Paris by Antigone Gone


Le tour de force de ce cycliste, pas comme les autres, c’est de cloper tranquillement, en mode arrêt, à contre-sens, rue de Turenne, à l’entrée de la place des Vosges, un dimanche après-midi. Il se laisse regarder, photographier, il sait ce qu’il fait. Même sans toucher à son gouvernail, il tient son cap, et rit fort derrière sa barbe.


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Art of Friendship by Steve Mc Curry

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One of the most beautiful qualities of true friendship is to understand and to be understood.

– Lucius Annaeus Seneca

Luoyang, China

Myanmar (Burma)

There is nothing on this earth more to be prized than true friendship. 

– Thomas Aquinas

Loikaw, Myanmar (Burma)

There is nothing I would not do for those who are really my friends.
I have no notion of loving people by halves, it is not my nature.
– Jane Austen


A true friend freely, advises justly, assists readily, adventures boldly,
takes all patiently, defends courageously, and
continues a friend unchangeably.

– William Penn


Two are better than one,
because they have a good return for their work.
If one falls down, his friend can help him up.
– Ecclesiastes 4

Pagan, Myanmar (Burma)

Katmandu, Nepal


Chiang Mai, Thailand

Kampala, Uganda

The glory of friendship is not the outstretched hand,
not the kindly smile…

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How I Saw Paris This Week by Corey Frye

Discovery Tours of Paris by Corey Frye

Oops, was yesterday Wednesday? I forgot to post my weekly set of photos. I guess spending 5 hours at Ikea trying to plan a new kitchen can mess with a guy’s sense of time. Another example of pesky reality getting in the way of creativity…

This week’s gallery is infused with a few food recommendations so get your Paris notebooks ready!

APC_3620 This was coming home from a tour in the 6th arrondissement. Light like this can’t be ignored! The subject matter isn’t the most lofty; just a woman on a bicycle. But this kind of theatrical light tends to make any scene dramatic. You Caravaggio fans will know what I’m talking about. That reminds me – I kinda miss Rome!

69D7B9B1-0C99-4EE2-BDD5-595DD73C329C I’m so thankful for this scene each time I walk down the quiet Passage Saint-Paul. Just too perfect! If Hollywood tried to create a turn of the century movie set…

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Paris : Just before the crowd by Romane Tex

Cette galerie contient 9 photos.

Originally posted on Romane Tex:
I went to see the sunrise with a friend, Patrick, few weeks ago, and it was amazing! I was thinking there will be a lot of people or photographer to take photos. Actually, we were mostly all alone. It was so peaceful to be there before the crowd. I don’t…

Paris : Les Toits Gris by Didier Lecomte

Cette galerie contient 21 photos.

Originally posted on Sous un Autre Angle … avec un certain regard …:
Pour faire suite au HS N°3 la première partie sur les toits parisiens, voici de nouvelles vues de l’un des symboles de notre capitale, un thème pour la photographie, la peinture et le cinéma. J’aime ce mélange bleuté d’ardoise, de gris de zinc et d’ocre…