August MacGregor

Celebrating Sensuality. Intended for mature audiences, 18 and over

Paris, Part Deux

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Ah, April in Paris. But then, wouldn’t Paris be lovely, sexy, sensual, and fun most any time of the year? I haven’t been, but I enjoy taking virtual vacations there. Last time, I posted about night-time in The City of Light. Now for a day-time walk through the city. All of these photos are from Flickr, and available under the Creative Commons Attribution 2.0 Generic License. Click on each photo to jump to the photographer’s Flickr page. A big thank you to these talented photographers!

Paris Metro sign by pedrosimoes7

Metro sign by pedrosimoes7

Seine River and Notre Dame by Moyan_Brenn

Seine River and Notre Dame by Moyan_Brenn

Place de Dublin by rjhuttondfw

Place de Dublin by rjhuttondfw

Arc de Triomphe by Wilhelm-Lappe

Arc de Triomphe by Wilhelm-Lappe

Louvre by zoetnet

Louvre by zoetnet

Paris street by Roman-Lashkin

Paris street by Roman-Lashkin

Locks of Love Bridge, Pont de l'Archevêché, by Kinchan1

Locks of Love Bridge, Pont de l’Archevêché, by Kinchan1

Eiffel Tower, by Sean-MacEntee

Eiffel Tower, by Sean-MacEntee

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Author: augustmacgregor

I'm a writer of erotica and romantic fiction.

2 thoughts on “Paris, Part Deux

  1. Paris is pretty wonderful any time of the year – but the winters are a little bit nippy. Taking a stroll along the river Seine and basking in the night twinkling of the Tour Eiffel are pretty spectacular, if I may say so myself. The Louvre is murder on your feet, though, and the Mona Lisa rather smaller than expected 🙂 Great post!

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