From Screen Saver

"The Seine was a being.  It had personality.  In the spring it was high and brown; in the summer it was more subdued, still brown.  In the winter it was high and brown and intertwined with an occasional maelstrom of seagulls all whirling and chanting their raspy calls to the waves.  In the autumn it was a shattered mirror of infinite glinting flashes; it was bounded by the brilliant yellow poplars wandering its banks. It was the home for an endlessly interesting parade of barges and boats.  There were the working barges thrusting themselves furiously against the current, laden with gravel for some upstream dumping point.  There were the barges that had become homes for river dwelling Parisians. Although those barges floated, they never left their mooring; they clustered instead at points along the river, where the cobblestone riverside quays widened enough to allow pedestrian access and traffic."


Views Of Paris

  • Pont Alexandre
  • Winter Wheel
  • Persimmons
  • Sacre Coeur
  • Manhole Cover
  • Palais
  • Sunset
  • La Seine
  • Food
  • American Church
  • Homeless Camp
  • Doorknob
  • Les Chastaignes
  • Cobbles
  • Christmas
  • Avenue Montaigne
  • Waiting in the Rain
  • Paris Aquarium
  • Summer Wheel

Pont Alexandre on a sunny December afternoon

Ferris Wheel from Pont du Carrousel after dark just before Christmas


Persimmons in le Jardin des Plantes


Sacre Coeur on a Bright Blue Day in December

sacre coeur

Even the manhole covers are works of art.

manhole cover

Le Grand Palais


Sunset at Invalides


Mid-day in December on la Seine

la seine

Onion Soup at Cafe du Metro


The American Cathedral

american cathedral

Canal Saint Martin

canal saint martin

Doorknob on Avenue Rapp


Jardin du Luxembourg

jardin du luxembourg

Cobble Stones

cobble stones

Rue de Grenelle

rue de grenelle

Avenue Montaigne on a Blustery December Day





Waiting for Someone Who Didn't Show Up


Cardinal Tetras at the Paris Aquarium


Ferris Wheel in the Summer Dusk