See the Winning Shots: Bonjour Paris Photo Contest

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When we launched our photography contest at the end of January, we never would’ve anticipated receiving so many wonderful entries. Thanks very much for sharing your Paris moments with us. Our team has been delighted to peruse your shots, many of which came with fun stories and memories. Needless to say, choosing the winners has not been easy! (In case you missed the showcase of finalists, you can check it out here.)

The winner in each category will be awarded a Bonjour Paris membership, worth $60. The oldest English language site about the City of Light, Bonjour Paris is the ultimate insider’s guide to your favorite city, with in-depth coverage of the culture, history, and lifestyle. The membership program supports our work in bringing you exclusive, deeply researched articles and special offers and perks.

Drumroll, please…. Here are the winners.

La Dame de Fer: Arguably the world’s most popular landmark, the Eiffel Tower never ceases to dazzle

 

Photo credit: Luke Finn

Monuments and Museums: From the Louvre to the Arc de Triomphe, and everything in between

Photo credit: Ken Egel. “I took this photo on April 20, 2019 from the Trocadero facing south. The moon came up on the horizon, red as a fireball, in seemingly perfect alignment with the Pantheon and Les Invalides. I haven’t made any changes or enhancements to the photo… the moon really was that red as it came up on the horizon. It later turned golden as it got higher and higher in the sky.”

Street Life: The Parisian joie de vivre can be found in every rue and avenue

Photo credit: Mark Nunez

Travel Memories: The snapshot souvenirs of you and your loved ones enjoying the City of Light

Photo credit: Kimberly Bears. “Here is a photo that my husband took of me on my last trip to Paris in October of 2018. I was there to celebrate my 25th wedding anniversary. This is a photo of me sitting at one of my favorite spots on the banks of the Seine. Who could imagine that six months later Notre Dame would go up in flames.”

‘Je Ne Sais Quoi’: Photos that capture the city’s special spirit

Photo credit: Jim Lande

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