“If music be the food of love, play on..” ― William Shakespeare, Twelfth Night. See more love here.
Le Passe-Muraille (the Passer-Through-Walls) by Marcel-Aymé in Paris. Le Passe-Muraille is the title of a story by Marcel Aymé about a man named Dutilleul who discovers that he can (you guessed it) walk through walls. The… Read More
Moulin Rouge literally translates to the red mill. Why? Because it was just that: a huge windmill painted red. As I came out of Blanche metro station, I could see how it is… Read More
“It’s pretty far, but it doesn’t seem like it.” See more entries for the Weekly Photo Challenge: Near and Far here.
The Pei Pyramids in Paris had created quite a stir when they were commissioned in 1984. Some find their modern edifice rather odd in front of the Louvre Museum with its classical architecture.… Read More
Here are some of the fleeting moments that I could capture of the street life in Montmartre, Paris. Montmartre is to Parisians what the village is to the New Yorkers. Once a village… Read More
“It’s the times we’re so crazy, that people think we’re high. It’s the times we laugh so hard, we can’t help but cry. It’s all the inside jokes and ‘remember whens’. those are… Read More
Loved cruising down the Seine in Paris one warm evening as the sun shone and thoroughly enjoyed the changes of color reflected by the water as my little boat passed by the beautiful… Read More
Whenever I’m walking down a street of a major city, I secretly wish that suddenly an artwork will spring up unexpectedly in the next street corner because some hooded anonymous enthusiast, armed with… Read More
“Where do we eat now?”, my friend asked. It was 9 pm on a Thursday and we had spent the whole day wandering around Montmartre in Paris. “Let’s look at the chalkboard menus… Read More