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A French Frye in Paris by A French Frye In Paris - 2M ago

One August morning at 7:30am, a man of average stature moving at a deliberate and measured pace exited the main entrance of a well-known Parisian building. Pinched under his arm was an inch-and-half-thick panel of poplar wood wrapped unceremoniously in a white smock. He crossed the connecting courtyard and made his way to the street […]
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A French Frye in Paris by A French Frye In Paris - 3M ago

I’ve done several Notre Dame blog posts but I wanted to share this specific entry from 2012. It was during the second year of my Paris life, and it best expresses my appreciation for a structure that would spark a love for Paris and a desire to share it with others. Sometimes it’s the walls. […]
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Paris and the Art Nouveau movement were such a perfect match it’s hard to imagine one without the other. Their love affair was short-lived but perfectly symbiotic: Paris needed the art form to fully express its romantic lyrical side, and Art Nouveau needed the world stage of Paris to attain its most glorious heights. Many […]
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I’ve been thinking lately about Ralph Waldo Emerson’s quote “Be an opener of doors”. He probably didn’t have Paris in mind but the philosophy of my Paris life could be distilled down to that one sentence. And though I generally manage to remain loyal to it, my resolve was very much tested as I stood […]
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Hello lovely Paris lovers, hope you’re well! As I’m sure you heard, the pastry that is Paris got a heavy dusting of powdered sugar last week – and it was glorious. I have a few favorite spots to be when it snows, and I photographed each of them the last few days (future posts to […]
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