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Late night Paris

Late night Paris

View of Paris from the Eiffel Tower

View of Paris from the Eiffel Tower

Averse Magnetique - comment and photo by Romain Mattei - A special mood over Paris seen from the top of the Montparnasse Tower.  

Averse Magnetique - comment and photo by Romain Mattei - A special mood over Paris seen from the top of the Montparnasse Tower.  

Saint James Hotel, Paris

Saint James Hotel, Paris

People celebrate the New Year on the Champs-Elysees in Paris, on January 1, 2014. (Pierre Andrieu/AFP/Getty Images)

People celebrate the New Year on the Champs-Elysees in Paris, on January 1, 2014. (Pierre Andrieu/AFP/Getty Images)

Construction of the Eiffel tower in July, 1888.

Construction of the Eiffel tower in July, 1888.

These beautiful bubble gardens recently popped up in the streets of Paris to offer passersby a bit of respite from their concrete environs. Designer Amaury Gallon created each bubble sanctuary with a unique environmental inspiration. One hosts a jungle, while another garden features hundreds of amazing orchids woven into the metal structure that frames these transparent igloo-shaped rooms.

source: sustainable design

Paris in Blue -  Gerasimos Mavrommatis




Standing in the cold across the Eiffel Tower, I took thiw shot just aw the lights of the Tower went on
Equipment: Nikon D300

Paris in Blue -  Gerasimos Mavrommatis

Standing in the cold across the Eiffel Tower, I took thiw shot just aw the lights of the Tower went on
Equipment: Nikon D300

Paris at Dusk - Wikipedia

Paris at Dusk - Wikipedia

Lightning strikes the Eiffel Tower in 1902

Lightning strikes the Eiffel Tower in 1902

The Eiffel tower after snow fell overnightPhotograph: Mehdi Fedouach/AFP/Getty Images

The Eiffel tower after snow fell overnightPhotograph: Mehdi Fedouach/AFP/Getty Images

Face of Paris - illusion

Face of Paris - illusion

Paris Wedding Dress

Paris Wedding Dress

At the Foot of the Lighted Eiffel Tower

At the Foot of the Lighted Eiffel Tower

Short Film by the Coen Brothers - Paris Je T’Aime In their 2006 short, Tuileries from the 2006 anthology, Paris Je T’Aime, which compiled short films by directors from across the world to highlight various parts of the city, the Coen Brothers apparently “took some of the requirements given for the shorts, such as featuring Parisian landmarks and describing the city as being for lovers, and twisted them around, not thinking it would actually be approved.” (Paste Magazine). In the short Steve Buscemi plays a luckless average tourist who unwittingly breaks the “no eye contact” rule of the Paris Metro, leading to all kinds of weirdness as he waits for his train at Tuileries station. A nicely bizarre five minutes’ worth!