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Part II: Paris

A black and white film journey through Paris and the beaches of Normandy.

Paris is so much to me…a constant source of inspiration, of light study, and beauty. When we stepped off the train from London at Gare de Nord, the smell hit me, that same familiar Parisian smell of coffee and cigarettes, and dusty old books in a garden of roses. The hotel, so quaint, with the Eiffel Tower framed between the walls of the street. We sat in cafes and drank wine, watching the people go about their day, their loves, their minds lost in their own thought. I wonder what they are thinking and have I thought that same thing before? We climbed the stairs of Sacre Coeur, danced with the states at the Louvre, and watched the sunset on Pont Neuf. On a poetic day we found ourselves on a train to Normandy, on a walk through the beaches of Omaha in silence, imagining the horror of war, looking up at the fate of too many. I always love Paris – it’s never goodbye but only I’ll see you soon…. and soon I did.

A black and white film journey through Paris and the beaches of Normandy. A black and white film journey through Paris and the beaches of Normandy.

A black and white film journey through Paris and the beaches of Normandy.

A black and white film journey through Paris and the beaches of Normandy. A black and white film journey through Paris and the beaches of Normandy. A black and white film journey through Paris and the beaches of Normandy. Continue reading…

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Breast Cancer Awareness

Today is the last day of Breast Cancer Awareness month and in support of all people affected by this disease, I illuminated the Eiffel Tower pink. The Breast Cancer Awareness’ illumination campaign lights over 200 prominent global landmarks pink as symbols of hope and empowerment. The Breast Cancer Awareness Campaign’s virtual map on Facebook allows you to turn your part of the world pink by writing a message of hope. I wrote my own message of hope and encourage you to do the same today.

To learn more about the @BCAcampaign go to http://www.bcacampaign.com/

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Shedding the light on breast cancer in The City of Lights

Breast Cancer Awareness’ illumination campaign lights over 200 prominent global landmarks pink as symbols of hope and empowerment. Together. Connect. Communicate. Conquer. For A Future Free of Breast Cancer.

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Snapshots of Paris

While in Paris shooting the Cinemagraph to “Shed the Light” for Breast Cancer Awareness month I couldn’t help but snap a few of the passing beautiful moments of this enchanting city~

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