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Book Opinion: All The Light We Cannot See by Anthony Doerr

I have an English degree and I have been reading intensely since I was a small child.  I used to just read whatever was put in front of me without regard for the actual writing.   617 more words

Book Reviews

3 day weekend in Paris

coming to the prettiest city for a 3 day weekend? here’s what i recommend:

my friend Marianne came for a short visit last month, and wanted to see as much as possible of the city, so i whipped up a little itinerary that i’d recommend for anyone wanting to see the classics in a short trip! 137 more words

Travel

Saint Etienne de Nevers (Dennis Aubrey)

The Église Saint Etienne in Nevers is an 11th century church that was constructed between 1068-1097. The structure, built with ocher limestone, is one of the finest and best preserved Romanesque churches in France, but surprisingly is not well-known. 613 more words

Architecture

Sing a song of Spring


This year, April in our part of France burst forth in a rush of color, vibrant and glistening in bright sunshine. The hills surrounding us resounded with the cries of newborn lambs and the bellowing of their mothers. 172 more words

2015-04-16 #France #Tournan-en-Brie gaelic au tableau noir...

2015-04-16 #France #Tournan-en-Brie gaelic au tableau noir programme scolaire officiel du CE2 #gaelic69 #school #blackboard #education #art #photography (à Tournan-en-Brie)

Photo

The cutest street ever!

I want to live here! From what I can work out from the back of the card, I think this is in the town of Septemes-les-Vallons in southern France. 14 more words

Postcrossing

B&W Street Photography Essay - Metz, France

This B&W street photography essay was submitted to Edge of Humanity Magazine by photographer Fabrice Noel.

 Click on the image to see how Fabrice captured the beautiful City of Metz, France. 119 more words

Photography