Paris. A city one surely thinks of visiting one day. Like most people, I always wondered what Paris is really like. Does it live up to all the hype? Is it still the city that it once surely was? Is the Eiffel Tower as great as I imagine it?
Although I had been considering it for some time, the trip to Paris happened quite suddenly. Two weeks before my 30th birthday I purchased the plane tickets and timed it so that I land in Paris the morning of my big day.
I had a total of ten days in France. The first, I spent mostly setting up, discovering the neighborhood and celebrating at night.
The next three days, I traveled with my friend, host and guide Jean-Marie to the region of Ardèche and enjoyed the rainiest weekend ever.
Of the remaining days in Paris, I only had exactly two to go out and about and take pictures.
This book tells the story of these two days and the city of light as I saw it.
Andrei I. Gere is a Creative Director, Designer, Photographer, Lightroom lover, Adobe Fireworks addict and pursuer of wonder from Montreal. Read my blog: http://blog.27shutterclicks.com/ Follow me on Twitter: http://twitter.com/#!/27ShutterClicks View my photography: http://www.27shutterclicks.com/
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