Sudden inspiration from the sight of an empty cup.
The cafe in Paris that never closes.
The contrast of new and old at the Louvre.
Notre-Dame, an awsome sight since the 12th century.
Through the looking glass at the Louvre.
A Vespa is one of the quicker and fun ways to get around Paris.
Two women window shop near the Ritz Hotel in Paris.
For a Euro, he'll play any song you don't know.
The Victory Angel from the main gallery at the Louvre.
Along the lower wall at Musée d'Orsay.
Another wonderfully symetrical hallway from any number of buildings in Paris.
For many Parisians, the morning means fresh flowers. Wonderful bouquets can be found on every street in the city.
In Paris, you can still find heads on a pike, if only for the crime of bad fashion.
At Musée d'Orsay a student artist attempts the greatest compliment.
Good chess players can be found in the parks everywhere in Paris.
A wandering accordian player, walking the streets of Montmartre.
Two old men, out for a morning walk on the back streets of Paris.
Does your dog bite? One of the best places to look for a good read in all the world.
Fresh ingredients come first in French cooking. In Paris, these morning markets are everywhere and provide local shoppers their needs for the day.
A really big clock.
Antonio Canova - "Psyche Revived by Cupid's Kiss" at the Louvre.
More wine? A rehtorical question.
Quick wide snappy from inside Orsay.
Walking the Latin quarter with diner in hand.
Taking the risk to get the shot on the busiest corner in Paris.