Beautiful Photos Of Paris

Have you ever got totally lost in blog as if you fell through a rabbit
hole? You try to sleep or do something else more productive but as
you flip through the pages the images are so enchanting you just
can’t stop yourself. This happened to me when I discovered
photographer Hannah Lemholt. Her images are breathtaking,
as if in a dream. I am so drawn to her photos of Paris. I hope you
enjoy them as much as I do. Sweet Dreams.
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Photos by Hannah Lemholt


Beautiful Photography

Ah, gotta have Photoshop. I love that program but
obviously not as  much as Robert Jahns.
These breathtaking moments are beautifully
manipulated through the magic of Photoshop.
Check out more of his work here.
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Beautiful Paris

This photo is so inspiring. I don’t know
who the photographer is but I like it.
The architecture+pattern is
beautiful. I definitely need to pay
a visit Paris.

Beautiful Photograph

During my rainy day visit to the Henry Art Gallery
I took the time to admire some stunning
photography. My favorite is by Irving Penn.
The model personifies style.

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Irving Penn’s Woman with Roses
(Lisa Fonssagrives Penn in Lafaurie dress),
Paris 1950

Beautiful Random Moments of Happiness

I love these vintage black and white photos. They capture a sense of random happiness, something we have all too little of in the world. They act as a visual antidote to the seemingly endless litany of bad news all around.

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Children Watching St. George Slay the Dragon at the Puppet Theater in the Tuileries, Paris, 1963.
Photo by Alfred Eisenstaedt

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Paris, 1989. Time Magazine

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Parisian Boy, 1952. Courtesy of Taschen

University of Michigan Drum Major, 1950
Photo by Alfred Eisenstaedt