50 Things I Miss About Paris: Part X

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50 Things I Miss About Paris: Part X

During the coronavirus pandemic, as many of us are confined to our homes, I am dreaming about Paris, consoled by my memories. Here is the 10th and final installment of a series of photo essays illustrating 50 things I miss about Paris. (Click to see the other photo essays in the series: first article, second, third, fourth, fifthsixth, seventh, eighth, and ninth.) What do you love and miss about the French capital? Share in the comments section below.

1) Musée de l’Orangerie

Photo: Fern Nesson

Photo: Fern Nesson

2) The Ferris Wheel at Night

Photo: Fern Nesson

Photo: Fern Nesson

Photo: Fern Nesson

3) Light Sculptures in Art Galleries

Photo: Fern Nesson

Photo: Fern Nesson

4) The Serge Lutens Store on rue Saint-Honoré

Photo: Fern Nesson

Photo: Fern Nesson

Photo: Fern Nesson

Photo: Fern Nesson

Photo: Fern Nesson

5) Fondation Cartier pour L’Art Contemporain

Photo: Fern Nesson

Photo: Fern Nesson

Photo credit : Photo: Fern Nesson

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Based in Cambridge, Massachusetts, Fern Nesson is a fine art photographer with an MFA in photography. She visits Paris regularly where she captures interior scenes. Her work is abstract, and brings fresh perspective to lovers of Paris, while also illuminating interesting museum exhibitions and cultural events taking place in the City of Light.

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  • Bettie M Bedell
    2020-05-21 16:59:47
    Bettie M Bedell
    Everything from the streets early in the morning to the late night activities with shopping and eating in between. On my first trip to Paris in 1949, I fell in love not only with this city but London, Edinburgh, Switzerland, Italy, especially Florence, Spain and all in between. Having been on more continents, this is still my favorite and I think Paris especially the Left Bank now somehow part of me wants to always be strolling around looking in windows then when night comes back to my favorite hotel where I am welcomed by those who have been there for years.

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  • Bettie M Bedell
    2020-05-21 16:59:47
    Bettie M Bedell
    Everything from the streets early in the morning to the late night activities with shopping and eating in between. On my first trip to Paris in 1949, I fell in love not only with this city but London, Edinburgh, Switzerland, Italy, especially Florence, Spain and all in between. Having been on more continents, this is still my favorite and I think Paris especially the Left Bank now somehow part of me wants to always be strolling around looking in windows then when night comes back to my favorite hotel where I am welcomed by those who have been there for years.

    REPLY