Blast from the Past: Paris

Today’s Blast from the Past post is taking you to the the city of lights, to Paris. This set of photos was made during the sunny and warm weekend in May 2014 when my boyfriend and I surprised his mother with a birthday trip to Paris, a destination she had desired to visit for a long time.


14 thoughts on “Blast from the Past: Paris

  1. AndrejaA says:

    Povsem enake fotke imam tudi jaz… 🙂 sem bila v Parizu dvakrat v enem letu – januarja, ko je bilo mrzlo kot hudič in pihal strašen veter, in julija, ko je bilo noro vroče in noro polno turistov. 🙂 Ampak Pariz enostavno obožujem. Meni najlepše mesto do sedaj… ❤

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    • Urska says:

      Mislim, da je podoben set fotk na skoraj vsakem fotoaparatu turistov, ki obiščejo Pariz. 🙂 Se strinjam, da je ful lepo mesto. Je tudi meni zelo pri srcu. 🙂

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  2. rosemaylily2014 says:

    Lovely photos! I have a virtually identical one of the first shot of the Eiffel Tower- I had it made into a large canvas print and it now sits on my study wall (in fact I can see it now). Thanks for sharing 🙂

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    • Urska says:

      Thank you Rosemary! What a great idea to print and hang your own picture on the wall. We’ve bought a small painting of Eiffel Tower made by art students at the stalls by the Seine River and is now hanging at the wall in our living room. 🙂

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      • rosemaylily2014 says:

        The print sounds lovely Urska 🙂 We also have a couple of prints that we bought years ago at a street stall in Montmartre. They are paintings of the Seine and Sacre Coeur. We still have them hanging in our house! 🙂

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    • Urska says:

      She would never go there on her own and we haven’t had a clue what to give her as a present, so the trip was the best idea. 🙂 I hope your mum is going to enjoy Paris as much as my boyfriend’s mum. 🙂


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