I woke up to this view today. Not too shabby, eh? Cascading rooftops, sprawling vines, and random glimpses into neighbouring apartments. It’s not the panorama of the city I had from JP’s in Montmartre but it pleased me nonetheless. I’ve enjoyed ‘la vie quotidienne‘ in Le Marais district: boutique shopping (July is the month of sales), gallery hopping and, naturally, stopping for a café crème is ‘a must’. Paris has been good to me on this trip. I’ve been here already several times in my life but have never enjoyed it as much as I did this time.
- Unless otherwise noted, all photos are by Stephanie E. Calvet.
- A Home, A Stage for Telling Tales
- Topography, gravity and a Corten-clad design by Tom Kundig at an award-winning new winery
- Momentos en Montevideo (Uruguay)
- Punta del Este, Uruguay
- Buenos Aires (La Boca)
- Buenos Aires – Parte Dos
- Buenos Aires – Parte Uno
- Fogo Island, Newfoundland
- Newfoundland : small places and vacant spaces
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