Tuesday, March 18, 2008


This was supposed to have been posted yesterday...ahem
But computer problems..bla bla bla
So you'll get TWO! posts today
Just some first impressions running around on Monday and shooting shooting shooting with my NEW wonderful Canon A720!
This town is full of eggs everwhere...
And rabbits rabbits rabbits up the whazoo
This one just hatched from an egg!
Don't you love the way seafood is displayed in the streets in front of Parisien restaurants?

An irresistable gateaux near my place (chez moi)...

Must not forget all the chickanerie that have invaded this town either...mostly nesting and hatching like crazy at Gerard Mulot, the king of Easter in my opinion, found at 76, rue de Seine 75006.
More Mulot.
Even more Mulot...just desserts :)
A pretty Frenchie window...
So many doggies for me to tail...

a bientot


Anonymous said...

Bonjour, Carol, et bienvenue à Paris !


Jeanne said...

Everything is so lovely and beautiful.

Cannelle Et Vanille said...

Look at those prawns... gorgeous! And Easter is such a happy time with all those eggs and chocolate... Loevly!

Anonymous said...

I am so happy for you that you're back in your favorite city. I am travelling with you in spirit. Merci for the beautiful photos. Josephine

Anonymous said...

Bonjour and thank you for sharing!

Janice C. Cartier said...

Ahhhh, Merci, merci , merci!! THat last shot is like a breath of very welcome fresh french air. and I post of Frasier today by coincidence.
All best, Jan

Cris, Artist in Oregon said...

Happy to see you got there all safe and sound. Lucious looking post today from breakfast to the wonderful night view. Have a fantastic time. Will look forward to all your pictures.

Anonymous said...

Thanks for the beautiful photos.

Anonymous said...

Wow! The new camera is great!
The first photo made me squeak! Now that's what I call breakfast!


Carmen :-D

Anonymous said...

Hi Carol,
Bonjour et bievenue à Paris!!

Just wanted to say hope that you are enjoying yourself - now that you are here, that is!
Also..... I noticed that the BCBG store near Madeleine still has those cupcakes up in the window!
Still - I am sure that you have many other, more Parisian, things to notice while you are here so, well, make the most of it!
I'll look forward to seeing what you dig up for your next posts!

Christine DeCamp said...

Ido SO enjoy your blog! And I Adore chocolate! But that photo at the end of evening lights on the water (sigh)--is that the Seine? (I have never been there) It almost looks like a Van Gogh. Wonderful!

Merisi said...

Simply wonderful.
Enjoy! :-)))

Anonymous said...

What pure joy to see these confections! Next time you go can I come with ? Thanks for showing us this. I needed that kind of goodness to day.

Anonymous said...

I never knew rabbits hatched from chocolate eggs. Would it be non-Detente to search-and-destroy (by chewing) those chocolate eggs right now?
On another matter, I fear some news has cropped up in your absence. I can think of no way to soften the blow, so I'll just say it: Check this out:
And remember I love Piu Piu just as much as ever!

Anonymous said...

So glad you know you landed! And not soon enough to show me those chocolate chickens! So happy about your new cannon. (really I'm glad for me too)! Wishing you a wonderfully creative day tomorrow!!

Anonymous said...

As much as I love chocolate, that LAST photo is the best! Sigh! At Easter time in France,the windows of the chocolate shops are such a feast for the eyes;do show us some of the little chocolate village Easter scenes you find. And thanks for taking us with you vicariously.

Parisbreakfasts said...

I have seen such eggs and bunnies and chickens as would make your eyes fall out and your tongue touch the ground with intense salivation! I will show after a visit to the piscine / pool.
I late as usual at 6:57 AM
Pool opens in 3 minutes!!!

Anonymous said...

Did Little Bear get to come along to Paris?
And Maxie?
Waiting to hear anxiously from him...

Di Overton said...


Unknown said...

Soooo happy to see you have hit the ground running...around your very favorite city in the whole wide world. And as others have noted; that new camera is (in your creative hands) getting some beautiful photos!
Be safe, have fun...and paint, too!

I need orange said...

So glad to know you are safe and sound in Paris! :-)

Love all the pics, but it is this last one, this river view that made me say "oh....."

Thank you for sharing it all with us.

PeaceSignWithChocolate said...

Carol, what lovely pictures. I have to know, what is the weather like there this time of year? Are the flowers in bloom yet? And what direction are we looking in the last picture? It's so beautiful, but not a view I recognize.

Sarah B

Anne in Oxfordshire said...

How do you get time for all this eating?? Fantastic photos. thanks for sharing.

AlicePleasance said...

Hooray for the new camera :-)
Your photos and your blog are always so inspiring!