In Notre Dame, a striking Chinese painting in one of the side chapels. I think this is associated with the Chinese martyr Saint Paul Chen, as there are some of his relics in this chapel.
A pleasingly higgledy-piggledy line of houses across from Notre Dame.
Army foot-patrol, just like we used to have here in Northern Ireland during the Troubles.
Wouldn't walk in there...
Many, many padlocks on Pont Neuf. I wonder how many of these love affairs have lasted.
A beret-wearing Parisian.
Banging the drum at some kind of trade union march. Lots of noise, light and red smoke.
Vive La Revolution!
Health and Safety would definitely not like this.
They know how to dress with style in Paris.
Napoleon's very impressive tomb.
The Eiffel tower on a drizzly afternoon.
Hard to believe it was originally intended as a temporary structure.
In Jardin de Luxembourg on another drizzly day.
An intriguing-looking bar. I suspect they've made it look older than it actually is.
Amusing the world over, it appears.
Aubrey Hepburn and a rather shell-shocked looking cat.
On Île Saint-Louis - I was taking a picture of the Angel when the woman strolled up. I actually think her face looks quite a lot like the Angel's.
A striking street poster in the Marais area.
Outside the Pompidou centre.
At the Louvre - looks like the honeymoon is already over.
In the impressive crypt at the Pantheon.
The spiral staircase down into the crypt.
The crypt is massive, with lots of side chambers.
Fresh flowers at Victor Hugo's tomb.
Another foot patrol walking past Sacre Coeur, in Montmartre.
Definitely ready for action.
Looking down from Montmartre.
Accordion player at the bottom of steps leading up to Sacre Coeur.
Apparently a lot of Parisians don't like Sacre Coeur, but I think it's quite impressive.
A couple of debonair-looking Hasidic men in Montmartre.
A box of hands outside a strange shop in Montmartre.