{personal} Paris part 3

Ah, Paris. I know what you’re thinking, “didn’t you go to Paris last year?” Why yes, yes I did. There’s just something about it that keeps pulling me back (“We have to go back!”). It also has some personal meaning for Meg and I, so after St. Patrick’s Day wrapped up (in case you don’t know, Meg is an Irish step dance teacher) we hightailed it out of RI to the city of lights. You can see some of my previous Paris photos here.

Anyway, this time around I decided to refrain from the usual architectural photos and stick to the people. We also relegated Meg’s iPhone’s front facing camera to take pics of ourselves enjoying our trip. This was to prevent the usual complaint of “who are all of these random people and where are the pics of us” I get from Meg. I wanted to show people in the middle of what might be a great, timeless story, or perhaps some small, inconsequential moment of their day. Hopefully, when you look at these photos you can image what they were saying (probably something in French).

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  • Meghan (the wife) - C’est magnifique. LOVE LOVE LOVE them (& you). Wow Matty, keep up the most excellent work. <3 So when are we going back?!? 🙂

  • Julie - Really cool pictures (as usual)
    Looks like they tell a story

  • Coreena - Matt – I am yet again Speechless! Thank you for sharing this wonderful Adventure! I am truly inspired by this!

  • Phebe Cross - Truly amazing work! Love your use of color, and black and white…hard to believe that the people didn’t know they were being photographed! Made me feel that I was really there seeing everything you saw..makes me want to go there…most enjoyable travelogue again!!

  • uncle skip& aunt jackie - we laughed, we cried… thanks for taking us!!!

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