Photo Diary: Morning in Monceau

Now that the weather is warming up and colour is slowly but surely reemerging throughout Paris, I find myself going out more and more, exploring bits and pieces of the city and its surrounding areas. It was something I was too timid to do when I first arrived and too cold to do during the winter.

Way back when spring initially began its approach, I took the better part of a morning/afternoon to explore the 8th arrondissement’s Parc Monceau and the Musée Nissim de Camondo, a Belle Epoque mansion turned museum that’s just a short walk away. Here are the results!

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Spring crocuses

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The museum’s facade

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The painted ceiling.

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More stills from spring.

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