50 Things I Miss About Paris: Part VI

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50 Things I Miss About Paris: Part VI
During the coronavirus pandemic, as many of us are confined to our homes, I am dreaming about Paris, consoled by my memories. Here is the sixth installment of a series of photo essays illustrating 50 things I miss about Paris. (Click to find the first article, the second, the third, the fourth and the fifth here.) What do you love and miss about the French capital? Share in the comments section below. 1. Coffee at the Maison Verlet 2. Saturday Lunch at La Tour d’Argent 3. Cubism 4. The Carthusian Monks at the Cluny Museum 5. Maison Européenne de la Photographie

Lead photo credit : Photo: Fern Nesson

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Based in Cambridge, Massachusetts, Fern Nesson is a fine art photographer with an MFA in photography. She visits Paris regularly where she captures interior scenes. Her work is abstract, and brings fresh perspective to lovers of Paris, while also illuminating interesting museum exhibitions and cultural events taking place in the City of Light.


  • Helene Mewborn
    2020-04-24 08:44:40
    Helene Mewborn
    Have never been able to find a delicious cheese pastry-NOT PIZZA- anywhere except at Boulangerie Desgranges, on rue Passy: their Gnocchi Parisienne!! Viva DesGranges and the Gnocchi Parisienne!!! Fern's photographs remind me of the wonderful sights and foods in Paris!


  • Diana
    2020-04-24 08:09:21
    There’s nothing like a photograph to emote a buried feeling spark a long lost memory, or simply to draw into a story. Your photos do that. I would be in Paris now if things were different gathering new stories for my blog Womanofacertainageinparis.com. Sadly I cannot be there. But these photos are the next best thing. Thank you!


  • Gregory Ginn
    2020-04-23 15:59:07
    Gregory Ginn
    Thank you for sharing your beautiful pictures. My wife and I were lucky enough to spend Christmas of 2018 in Paris, and during this quarantine, we have been reliving that magical time with our pictures.