To The Moon Alice: Travels To Paris

 .. With October's Travel Moon To Guide Us ..
We've taken this month's Travel Moon to Paris and Sacre Coeur ...
For more of the Paris views I promised you in the last post
The middle shot is the door that brought me my hard earned freedom!!
Never has a door slam sounded so sweet!!

Have A Great Full Moon Season

There's Still More Paris & Normandy To Come A Bit Later
But I'm Thinking A Change of Scenery Is Due: How About Rome?

What You've Missed So Far

ALL Text, Original Photography & Artwork [copyright beingRuby©]
Paris Shots: You guessed it.. Atop Sacre Coeur, Paris, August 2011


marina said...

Amo Paris!!Gracias por estas imágenes.Hasta pronto

Blondie's Journal said...

These are awesome photos, Julie! I'll never get tired of seeing those of Paris, but Rome will be wonderful, too. Hope all is well with you!!


beachcomber said...

gorgeous dreamy images!!

Castles Crowns and Cottages said...

Paris is so stunning from a BIRD'S EYE VIEW...all of those creamy white buildings, stacked closed to each other...what is it? YOU CAPTURE IT SO WELL!!!! Anita

rjerdee said...

Stunning shots...loved the panic story and the follow-up of the door picture :)

Killiecrankie Farm said...

tell me again why you haven't turned pro 'tographer Julie ?

I love that shadow of the gargoyle on the conical bit (?)

Splendid Sass said...

Another post full of beautiful images, Julie! I love the colors here! Gorgeous.

mermaid gallery said...

I love the muted, pastel tones in your Paris...don't see a lot of green spaces! Don't know what it would be like to actually live in such a built up city....i would probably be panic attacking all over the place!...that door is very high up! Whoaaaa!

Lynne with an e said...

A daylight full moon floating in pink skies over a golden city. Your photo magic knows no bounds.

Susan S. said...

The last shot gets me, of course...the blue-gray slate tiles...ah.


Jennifer Beaudet said...

It was a gorgeous night last night with the most gorgeous moon. Your photos are beautiful! Jennifer:)

Stephanie @ La Dolce Vita said...

I love seeing Paris from your perspective and your artistic twists! Lovely, darling!

Anonymous said...

I have some serious catching up to do on your blog, Julie! How LOVELY these shots are!!!


Julie, I've so enjoyed viewing your past posts of your European adventures! These shots of Paris today are absolutely stunning. Very ethereal quality...magical. Hope today is just as magical...Angela

Sharon said...

Julie! I love the 'peekaboo' moon in that dreamy sky. So perfectly Paris. And your last photo here - the aerial streets scene: all those blues and whites and reds, I can hear 'La Marseillaise!!! Your Paris photos are perfection.

So Rome's next - can't wait!

S and O said...

So beautiful!
I want to go to Paris now :D

Murano Chandeliers said...

Perfect photos of Paris. I fell in love with the place the first time I visited France a couple of years back.

simon said...

I got trapped in a cathedral bell tower once. that was a bit stressful

The House That A-M Built said...

OMG, OMG, OMG.... deep sighs from here this morning. A-M xx

Bree Oliver said...

My favourite set of images yet!

michelle said...

The moon is more beautiful is Paris I think!
Enjoy your weekend!

Castles Crowns and Cottages said...

Ahhh....Paris, ALWAYS a good idea!

THANK YOU, JULIE, for coming by last night! It means a lot to each and every one of us when are friends support us. YOUR ART my dear, is UNBELIEVABLE...and I wish YOU much success in whatever your dream of doing with it.

Have a fab day! CIAO, Anita

Karena said...

Julie I love, love your images!! This is my dream! After my hip replacement I am making plans!!

Oh I have a designer pillow Giveaway I hope you will join!


Art by Karena

Marina Saclley @ Iced VoVo's said...

Just stunning Julie ... as always!
In amongst the chaos and beauty of Paris ... you've made it look so clear. I love what you've done.
Happy moon season.

soyq said...

Paris is know as city of lovers, really nice place, thanks for sharing the pics. Thanks for sharing this blog with tourist attractions.