15 February 2013

Paris - Sunday

Early Sunday morning I headed to Porte de Vanves to visit the flea market. Unfortunately people are rather camera shy but it was quite an eclectic flea market, ranging from high to low. I must have ran out of money just after about half an hour and out of consideration for my already exceed budget I took the metro back to town.

Next I headed to Jardin des Plantes where I wanted to visit the Galerie de paléontologie et d’anatomie comparée, which turned out to be even more fascinating than I expected.

I want to apologies beforehand for the multitude of photos, it is a bit hard to limit myself to only a few.

Whales, hard to imagine the size of them and to capture the size on photos.

Very Tim Burtonesque looking baby skeletons.

On the second floor there are extinct animals such as a saber-toothed tiger, Irish Elk and very scary looking dinosaurs!

This dinosaur skull reminds me of the monsters of the Notre Dame.

These two bison looked so smiley and friendly I could not help but to photograph them.

My time  in Paris was almost over, so just for the sake of another stroll I walked down the Champs- Élysées for some people watching and a visit to the huge Sephora store.

Then I had to say au revoir to Paris and I hope I will not be long till next time!

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  1. wow! lovely pictures, lovely paris..

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  3. Love all your photos... there's no such things as too many! Your images make me crave a quick trip to Paris, and I definitely want to stop by that museum next time!


  4. Vad mysigt med en sondag i Paris!

  5. really enjoyed this post honey! keep up your lovely work :)


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