camera: canon eos digital rebel - click to view large
camera: canon eos digital rebel - click to view large
camera: canon eos digital rebel - click to view large
camera: canon eos digital rebel - click to view large
camera: canon eos digital rebel - click to view large
camera: canon eos digital rebel - click to view large
camera: canon eos digital rebel - click to view large

ADDITIONAL NOTES:

As of April 6th, 2008, we've lived in Paris for exactly two years.

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Sunday 6 April 2008

time marches forward in a city that prefers constancy

06 April 08 @ 10:34
Love the steam coming off the coffee in the 2nd picture--so delicate and lovely.
06 April 08 @ 16:48
Interesting how different people react to different things within the city.
07 April 08 @ 01:00
Wow! It's been that long!? Love the first two shots
Lee //

07 April 08 @ 10:51
Love the first two shots, especially in the context of your title/description.
07 April 08 @ 17:38
Wonderful set.
08 April 08 @ 02:23
Your warm, often improvisational shooting style is especially strong in that second shot; the steam and light reflection pair together very nicely.
08 April 08 @ 08:29
Nice urban pictures ! I prefer the last one ...
08 April 08 @ 12:34
Ah, man --- love the second shot --- why is it always the second shot I like --- why, why, why?? but, love is love --- light through liquid and light on air --- beautiful. word.
08 April 08 @ 18:38
Love #2, there is just something about "cafe table" type shots. Another nice set.
10 April 08 @ 08:08
I LOVE that place in front of Centre Pompidou...
10 April 08 @ 19:57
awesome set
26 May 08 @ 19:57
nicely done here. i love all of the pictures
wendy yu //

23 June 08 @ 08:09
When exactly did you catch me doing the can-can?
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Rion Nakaya is an expat photoblogger in Paris London.

One of the first photobloggers in New York City, Rion has been documenting her photos online in narrative sets since late 2000. (Most are on this site.)

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