One,just one of my favorite 'quartiers'. I'm so anxious to return in February.
Quelle jolie transparence ! ça donne une impression de reflets! (I write in french today:))
I wish more cities (like mine) would create "passages" of lights like this. It's so festive and pretty. That said - not sure I'd like to have my bedroom window at eye level with all those lights! :-)
A agree with Malyss, it's beautiful and I'm always enchanted by city lights!Brilliant capture!Léia :)
I love this too. I"ve not seen this particular design, that's what makes it even more fun, they're are not the same all over the city!V
Snow on avenue de l'Opéra! http://twitvid.com/SL6JN
when paris lights up at a night like this, it's breathtaking. even with all the hustle and bustle, it's still beautiful to look at. ^0^
It looks enchanting!
What pretty lights. Please let me know if you ever come over here. I would enjoy showing you around.
We have lights something like those here in Brooklyn. I'll take Paris, please. Sigh.
Ah Yes Xmas will soon be here I really hope we have a white one this year.
Bibi -- Paris is always good... wish I could be there in Feb also!Malyss -- J'adore les lumières de noël. Je crois que tu as raison et celles-ci donnent une impression de reflets. (Est-ce que je ai donné la réponse juste?) Encore en français de temps en temps.Holly -- The little streets are very much like small US towns with their own version of festive lights, oui?Léia -- Moi aussi, and I will be on "the hunt" with my camera in just a day or two.Virginia -- I will attempt to get to some that I have not seen before.Starman -- C'est vrai! And I have never seen snow in Paris so it will be a first!Arabesque -- I am always reminding myself to "look up" so as not to miss those spectacular things above your head. Thanks for stopping by here.James -- Oh, I totally agree and am fascinated by all the different arrangements of lights... I am just a kid at heart!
Lovely street decorations!!!
Loree -- Oh, you can count on it as I have already announced to my travelin' sister that we must go!Alexa -- I think that I saw the lights in Brooklyn as a child. Come and go with me... don't unpack from Italy. Just grab a warm coat!Picturit -- I hope that you do too! The only way that we will have a white Christmas on the Gulf Coast of the US is if the truck transporting cotton has a wreck and spills it all!
Chieftess -- I will be snapping some more of these in a few days! Merci...
Very pretty! I just love Christmas lights... in any city. :)
tres jolie........paris just can't be bedecked with too many lights!! word veri: mythesse.......how mysterieuse!
That's lovely! Very beautiful decorations! At first sight I thougt it was reflections;o)Thanks for sharing;o)***Have a nice Tuesday****
Halcyon -- Moi aussi, particularly in small towns which have had the decorations since the 50s!Amanda -- I agree and I am much like a child "ooing and ahing" over the lights!Cildemer -- Merci et bon mardi à toi aussi!
Now that would put someone in the holiday mood. Lovely photo Genie.
Amazing blog and gorgeous photos. Congratulations!
When it comes to decorations, Parisians do not take the matter lightly. Especially when considering the heaviness of the lights. I suppose the underlying motto is, "You can't have too many lights!"Très jolie.
Ah yes, I remember. Paris is always the place to be in December! If only London could measure up!
Randy -- it has put me in the mood for sure!Phivos -- Merci, and I hope that you will come back often!Bear -- I think you have it right on the excess of lights for the holidays.Gringo -- Now, I have not been to London in December, but I would be surprised if you told me there were not as many festive decorations.
I love Christmas lights in a city! Always so festive. I really need to start a Christmas committee in my little village :-)
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