Waterlogue Wednesdays: Pink in Paris II

Julia Willard, Julie Willard, Falling Off Bicycles, Holland photography, waterlogue, tinrocket, Champs de Mars, spring in Paris, Eiffel Tower
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Julia Willard, Julie Willard, Falling Off Bicycles, Holland photography, waterlogue, tinrocket, Notre Dame, spring in Paris, Eiffel Tower
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Julia Willard, Julie Willard, Falling Off Bicycles, Holland photography, waterlogue, tinrocket, spring in Paris, Lac Daumesnil
Éclatant

Is this one of those “sorry not sorry” times? Maybe. Spring in Paris is very pink, but is it up to me to apologize for it? It’s widely known that tourists flock to Paris in Spring to frame beautiful landmarks in the cherry blossoms that take over the city for a couple of weeks a year. This year, despite a very mild winter, the cherry blossoms came later than usual (in mid-April) but were utter perfection, as always. Here are three images from my favorite places to blossom hunt in Paris.

Follow me on Instagram (@fallingoffbicycles) to see more as the colors change in the City of Light.

Images brought to you by moi and Waterlogue.

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