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Pix of Paris

The doves, canoodling

A miscellaneous house
A miscellaneous park with Polovnia trees

Can I go back now?
Lynn smiling on the Place des Vosges.

This woman is a senior citizen and grandmother of three. Believe it or not.
Beth smiling under the naked lady. Notice the casual elegance of the French scarf. Yet this woman is Canadian! Believe it or not.

Notre Dame in the dusky sun
HOME. Anna (in hat) and Mary-Fay mangent fromage on pain Poilane, straight from Monoprix



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