25 September, 2006

Sleeping beneath chiseled monuments in the Pere Lachaise Cemetery, blanketed in flowers and kisses, lie composer Frederic Chopin and writer Oscar Wilde.

Per Chopin's request, "The earth is suffocating. Swear to make them cut me open, so that I won't be burried alive," his heart was removed.
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17 September, 2006

Cesar's Centaure marches amongst umbrellas along Rue de Sevres, an inventive conglomeration of unlikely pieces to personify Picasso. Posted by Picasa

12 September, 2006

Emerging from La Defense stand an Emerald City of glassy buildings and Cesar's bronze thumb. Posted by Picasa

04 September, 2006

Le Chateau de Versailles illuminated by an explosion of fireworks during the summer Fetes de Nuit. Posted by Picasa

02 September, 2006

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Manege horses circulate in the shadow of le Sacre Coeur atop Montmartre.