PARIS IN PICTURES

Sunday stroll to Musée du Quai Branly…



  Yellow Cars


Musée du quai Branly


 The river, floor installation 
 African masks 

 Japanese masks 

 Carnival costumes, Chili 
 The Gardens of the museum in bloom

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Neighbours peeking overimg_5622-2

My favourite building on Avenue Rappimg_5624

Salamander door handles, of courseimg_5623

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Paris in Blueimg_5628

 

All Words and Photographs by Damien B. Donnelly

Photographs taken in the 7th arrondissement of Paris.

Most Paris museums are free to the public on the 1st Sunday of every month

Published by deuxiemepeau

Published poet, writer, baker and former fashion maker, with footprints in Paris, London and Amsterdam but currently back home in Dublin with sights aimed at leaving a mark on the West coast one clear fine day...

11 thoughts on “PARIS IN PICTURES

  1. Awesome pictures. I wish I can visit there at least. Nevertheless, it’s like I’ve been there through your pictures.

  2. Oops- I forgot those were yesterday pictures at the museum! This mornings pictures coming soon! Yesterday had no snow but lots of color xx
    clearly I’m tired and ready for bed!! X

    1. Thanks Paula. The building is an early Art Nouveau building next to la Tour Eiffel and it is just amazing- the streets around that area are filled with stunning architecture. The Eiffel tower is right in the middle of a residential area. Most pictures of it are taken on the Champs du Mars which is the field on which it stands which is basically a long park but on either side of it are just houses- with the best view in town, of course. Although when it was first erected for the World Trade Exhibition, everyone hated it- it was’t meant to be around for more than 6 months!!!

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