Ha ha. Couldn’t resist these. Real mature, I know.
Took these last night. The originals turned out pretty orange due to all the incandescent lighting along the river, but I managed to mess with them in the GIMP somewhat to get the white balance back into an acceptable range.
Wish I understood better how all that stuff works…perhaps a class in modern DSLR photography at my local Volkshochschule is in order (it’s been recommended to me before).
Savourez-vous les photos (et mon français terrible)!
Yesterday, if you tried to email me using my address in the cliff1976.com or cliff1976.net domains, it probably bounced. Sorry about that; glitch was my own fault.
Sarah’s email availability was not affected.
Carry on enjoying La Vie Française Touristique vicariously.
After a pretty long day traveling, we got here just fine to a cute little room on an interesting looking street. I just hope the weather turns in our favor. It’s not particularly cold or wet, but it could be brighter.
Our room at the Hotel Sully Saint Germain is small and the air in it was a little stale, but it’s cute and we’ve aired it out already thanks to the balcony overlooking the street.
We’ve got good ideas for places to eat over on our planning page for this trip but just walking to the hotel from the Metro stop we passed some interesting looking places — including a Tibetan restaurant. Bon chance et bon appetit!