Tag Archives: France

Remembering D-Day +75 Years

It doesn’t seem that long ago that I was recalling my time on the beaches of Normandy. Five years, to be exact. And now, I’m looking back at D-Day +75 years.

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Photos From Notre Dame

This week, for obvious reasons, I’ve been thinking a lot about my time in Paris, most particularly the visits my father and I took to Notre Dame.

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The Louvre at Night

My father insisted that I wouldn’t be able to get a good nighttime shot of the Louvre in Paris, France when we were there together six years ago. In my stubbornness, and without a tripod, I insisted otherwise. Not until we got home weeks later was I able to see the photos, since I did […]

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Remembering The 70th Anniversary of D-Day

Seventy years ago today – on June 6, 1944 – the Allies invaded the beaches of Normandy, which was the beginning of the end of World War II in Europe. Six years ago my father and I walked the beaches and through the cities and a cemetery. Today I look back through those photos, remembering […]

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The Winged Victory of Samothrace

The Winged Victory of Samothrace in the Louvre in Paris, France.

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The Gardens at Chateau de Chenonceau

The gardens at France’s amazing Chateau de Chenonceau are nearly as impressive as the old manor home, which spans the Cher River.

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