Sunday, November 20

A SUNDAY COCKTAIL 20.11.11

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Photography by Ari Marcopoulos & Jeremy Kost, as seen at the Unfound Photo Fair 


I once spent a year in Paris, I think it was on a Sunday.
So said W.C. Fields, except it was Philadelphia, rather than Paris, but I share his sentiment.  As a notoriously irritating morning person, I have dedicated my Sundays in Paris to engaging with the world, whatever that might be. Here, for this week's Sunday Cocktail, are some of my recommendations for a Sunday in Paris, or a Sunday spent anywhere.
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Photography by Audrey Rodgers, Kate Woods, Zora Beer & Hugh Ferguson
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...Explore one of Paris' many temporary and permanent exhibitions. Seen above, the Unfound Photo Fair 
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The Upstairs Library at Shakespeare & Company has a vast selection of diverse reading material to be explored in the reading room. The library seen here during the launch of literary arts journal A Tale of Three Cities, which can be bought from the bookstore.
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... Watch the winter sun disappear behind one of the city's glorious architectural wonders. Above, the Petit Palais as seen from the courtyard café.
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Photographed in Café de commerce, 75018 and Les Parigots, 75010
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Chance upon a Kate Moss print. Photography series : The New Gypsies by Iain McKell
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Photographed at Le Petit Palais / Sarah Bernhardt by Clairin
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...Admire the beauty erected to honour the dead of the past century. Pick your hero, bring a picnic. Photo from Père Lachaise, Paris 75020.

3 comments:

A La Mode said...

I love that photo of you running, so beautiful!

sacramento said...

Fantastic and inspiring photos.
What a wonderful blog you have.
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essay writing said...

Paris is such a magical city. Would love to live there one day. Such a romantic and passionate place to live in.

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