The Wall for Peace, erected in 2000 in Champ de Mars, is a peace symbol at a site that is historically a reminder of war. It's the word #peace in over 30 languages. It was only supposed to be there for four months, but despite all the controversy and petitions to have it demolished, it still stands tall after 18 years. From someone who's seen it for the very first time, it really did give us a sense of hope. The symbolism was so profound. 💕 #parisatnight 📸: the amazing @chip_shots @digidirect @canonaustralia @benro_australia
We just 💛 posing with #streetart . This one was taken in the 10th Arrondissement in #paris while we were scootin' around (we can't recommend it enough). Even though we look miserable in the photo, we were actually having the funnest time.🤣 Check out the rest of our adventure in our story 👍 📸: best in the business @chip_shots @canonaustralia @digidirect @benro_australia @the_wndrr
The awe-inspiring glass work of Sainte-Chapelle should not be missed regardless of whether it's your first or tenth time in La Ville Lumière. It was under restoration when we were last in town, so this time we made sure not to miss it. 💖👍 #paris#art @canonaustralia @digidirect @benro_australia 📸: @chip_shots
When you've got Paris all to yourselves...💝 The trouble with being in a famously beautiful city is that it's usually filled with tourists. Paris is no different. It attracts about 83 million foreign visitors a year. How can something so crowded be so intimate? By choosing the time you visit. We went in late autumn when the hordes of foreigners (like ourselves) are in warmer and sunnier conditions. It can get rainy, that's a definite con. (We were lucky weather cooperated most of the time.) BUT. The colors are just magnificent. We found that Parisians are generally late risers and ...