Hey everyone! So for today let’s just pretend this is called the Sunday Snapshot… at this rate I may just need to rename the whole series, haha.
So this week I continued with my normal schedule of wander around Paris, meet up with bloggers and take photos. But there was one twist- it snowed!
On the way to met Kristen from The Kale Project at the Hotel Amour (how romantic! haha) I came across the very charming Place Saint-Georges. Sometimes I come across new areas in Paris and it reminds me that I live in an absolutely beautiful city.
A few days later I revisited the Place Saint-Georges but this time it had undergone a slight but quite exciting change – snow! I had never seen snow in Paris (I’m told it’s a very uncommon occurrence) so it was fun to experience the city in a new and wintry way.
I also visited the Gustave Moreau museum this week. Moreau was a French symbolist painter who loved mythological and biblical figures- as a self-admitted Greek mythology nerd I enjoyed finding my favorite myths in the paintings.
While wandering Montmartre I would spy the Sacre Coeur peeking out from around corners like this one…
and this one!
So which picture did you like best?
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