Allee des Cygnes

Allee des Cygnes
Allée des Cygnes (Promenade of the Swans) I walked with my family in tow along the stunning Allée des Cygnes at 9pm with daylight streaming through the trees, creating this magnificent light. Paris, without a doubt, is reinvented during each season, though for me shorts and sandals signal a time to stop and breathe in the intoxicating scenery. Stretched along the six-block-long and extremely skinny Île des Cygnes, the path drops off on both sides, revealing the modern Beaugrenelle section of the the 15th Arrondissement on one side and the open space and elegant apartment buildings along the avenue du President Kennedy in the 16th Arrondissement. And just for good measure you will find a smaller version of the Statue of Liberty at the western end of the island. Enjoy an evening stroll wherever this may find you! Technical Details – Hipstamatic App with iPhone 3Gs, John S Lens, Ina’s 1969 Film, corrected with the Photoshop App. Want to go? This calm paved walkway is located between the pont de Grenelle and the Bir-Hakeim bridge. Clay McLachlan is a Paris-based photojournalist with a clientele that includes internationally acclaimed top chefs, resorts and restaurants. His work has been published in award-winning books you can learn about at Clay Clay shares a slice of life in France and beyond in a photo published weekly in BonjourParis. Subscribe for FREE weekly newsletters with subscriber-only content. BonjourParis has been a leading France travel and French lifestyle site since 1995.   Readers’ Favorites: Top 100 Books, imports & more at our Amazon store We daily update our selections, including the newest available with an pre-release discount as high as 30%. Find them by starting here at the back of the Travel section, then work backwards page by page in the sections that interest you.               Click on this banner to link to & your purchases support our site….merci!

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