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Continental crazy

After the Patisserie Promenade and then the amazing meal last night in Notre Dame, the only way we were going to make the most of our final Monday morning was with food. 38 more words

Katie Leask Photography

French Fancies in the City

Hidden away with so much promise at the back of The Cube on Commercial Street, we’d walked past so many times over the last few months, dreaming about little French pastries, hoping for it to open. 358 more words

Life, Love And Football

Delicious treats & pink evenings

So what’s my favourite thing to eat in the world?

Here’s some clues:
1. I’m a 21 year old girl who likes photography.
2. I’m living in Paris. 205 more words

Katie Leask Photography

Tastes like a bunch of roses

“Since the thing perhaps is
to eat flowers and not to be afraid.”
-EE cummings

I typically have a pretty cynical view of Paris. I love that the city is a center for art and culture, but hate the two-hour-long museum lines; I love grabbing a coffee and croissant for breakfast, macarons for lunch (notice I skipped to dessert there), and onion soup for dinner, but I miss countryside prices; I love the vibrancy and the architecture, but I hate how every time I try to ask a well-formulated question in French, the answerer jumps into an English that consists of exactly three words that I can’t understand. 489 more words

Daily Life

La Duree

Non stop rain, so what better than to light a candle and eat some macarons.


5:48 - The Reality of Time by Thomas Gugel


Graduation movie at the University of Applied Sciences Mainz, Germany and my interpretation of the Reality of Time based on the theories of French philosopher Henri Bergson and his meaning of “la durée”, the experienced time.

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In Art We Trust

Hero Piece: Paris and the Single Girl Book Clutch

When I first laid my eyes on this exquisite Kate Spade book clutch, I didn’t for a single second think this was a chic Parisian minaudière. 219 more words