Paris - Notre Dame & Luxembourg Garden

Paris in a White Coat

I don’t know if you’ve heard but we recently had two major weather-related events here in Paris and the first one was the flood of the river Seine which meant some parts of the town and the suburbs were affected, and the second was that we had snow for several days, letting us enjoy a rare and beautiful scenery. Now I’m not someone to really like snow all that much, I don’t deny it’s absolutely beautiful but I just don’t feel very safe walking or driving on it (my first experience this year and I’ve never been so stressed out…

Paris From Above

Last week I was telling you about reconnecting with photography and by that, I meant shooting photos just for the sake of it, outside of blog duties. It’s not a time of year prone to travel for me and the motivation to get out of the flat to wander off in the streets of Paris with my camera when it’s bloody cold outside has frankly been missing lately. But now that I’ve met a few other photography lovers, it’s really motivating to get back to it. We went to see an exhibition about British photography hosted by Burberry and had…

Greenhouse | Serres du Jardin des Plantes

Things To Do If You’re Not Going On Holiday

So we all know how many people like to take a long holiday in the Summer months to escape their daily lives for a while, and it’s such a precious feeling to be able to do just that and either rest or explore a different city, a different country perhaps. But what about the people who don’t? Taking time off is super important in my opinion, you just can’t go on if you don’t hit pause from time to time and if you have the ability to stray from your work for a little while, it’s wonderful. Today I want…

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