Trip to Paris
April, 2000

Diana and I went to England to visit her sister Barbara. The girls had big plans to museum, antique and shop and I couldn't stand the excitement. My plan was to go to Paris with my brand new Leica's and impersonate Henri Cartier-Bresson, the photographer who defined Leica photography and the "Decisive Moment".

I took the train under the channel and spent two days in the rain taking only a few memorable photos, which I present here, for your approval.  I need to find the prints and do some scans since what I have now isn't what I remember. Paris is OK. Perhaps I'll go back some day.

(Click on the little picture to see the big picture)

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