Photo by Lady Stou
I’m gonna tell you a little secret. Whenever I look at this photo I feel happy and sad at the same time. Why is that? How come a photo makes us feel on such ways we can not describe? And clearly it’s not the photo it self but what it represents, at the time it was shot, at the place, with who, and so on.
The Eiffel Tower, the global icon of France, one of the most romantic cities of Europe, Paris, fighting for the lead with Venice. You’ll find plenty of pictures of Paris in this blog in the future, all taken by me. Why? I’m simply in love with Paris. And each and one of those pictures remind me that I have being there, twice, and how difficult it is for me to get the chance to return. Just a picture can make me happy, for a moment it’s like I’m there again.
Another amazing thing I’ve discovered in my photos of Paris, is that, although I’m not a professional photographer, they are all stunning.
Tomorrow I’m going to take photos of another, very well known monument just to compare the quality of my photos. I’m wondering if it has anything to do with the state of my being at the time of shooting.
Getting back to my topic, I believe we all have an image for happiness, but can we picture it? If we could, what would that image be?
…Since my last post. I know. It’s been a hectic month, June.
To sum things up,
- I went to Paris, I had a great time.
- My man proposed in our return.
- This is my ring, bought from Swarovski store near Arc de Triomphe.
- I forgot my book on the plane, I hope someone enjoyed it.
- We work 12 hours a day now, still the only thing I hear is that they have no money to pay us. (I don’t get that)
- I’m redacorating my home by myself, interior/exterior. I’ve made plenty of things using pallets.
PS. I missed my blog and I hope I get the chance to write more often.
Anxious about my trip and excited as I am, I ordered “weekend in paris” by Robyn
Sisman. I read reviews about her books and honestly I can’t wait to read them all. I am a book lover, clearly. We
are leaving at exactly 10 days for our 4day trip to Paris, can’t wait actually. I’ll start reading my book, until then…
Image via Wikipedia
For me fabulous is: budget and with view of Eiffel Tower…
I’ve come up with Derby hotel Paris, Royal Phare hotel Paris, Hotel Eber Mars, La Bourdonnais hotel, Kensington hotel Paris and Best Western Au Trocadero.
But still, I haven’t decided yet. I have a “friends & family” in Holiday inn discount, but I don’t really like the locations cause it will be my second time in Paris and I would love a view of Eiffel Tower.