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We’re Home!: Part 6 Last one!

Hi all, this is the final installment of the series of personal work from our vacation. I hope you enjoyed them, thank you all for the comments here and the great ones I’ve received via email!

The last images are from our time in Paris:

Starting things off are two of my favorite things in the world combined into one image. A big bag of fresh Pierre Hermé, and one of the chairs in the Jardin du Luxembourg. I can’t fathom a better breakfast, or a better place to enjoy it.

Here is what is quite possbily the best Pain au Chocolat you’ll ever find:

Followed by an even better (c’est pas possible!) Croissant aux Amandes:

They also have the very best Macaron I’ve ever had, and we tried alot of them when we lived there. 🙂 Do yourself a favor and make a beeline for Pierre Hermé if you’re ever in Paris.

This image tells a story. I guess if you were going to have your bike stolen, this is the best place for it to happen. 🙂

Cars just don’t get anymore French than this:

A little Italian too:

A little British for good measure:

This particular door has special significance. This is the door to the building we used to live in. They just don’t make ’em like that in SF.

This is why I don’t have very many photos from Paris. We were just WAY too busy having picnics either in Luxembourg, or along the Seine. 🙂

OK, that’s all of the personal images you’ll have to endure for quite awhile. Wedding season is now upon us!

Thanks again for viewing!


  • Leo Patrone - Hey Cliff,

    I love your images from Europe. Man, they’re sick! Too bad this is it. I hope you go back soon so you can post more.
    Your personal work is ridiculously awesome!

  • Cliff - Thanks Leo! I always enjoy checking yours out too!

  • Maria - Hi Cliff – I am heading to Paris in a month and I knew you would have some fab pics to get me excited about the trip. Amazing photographs. Nicole and I talk about how they make us smile. 🙂

  • Cliff - Hi Maria!

    Thanks for the comment! I can’t wait for our next visit. I hope you have a wonderful time! Seriously, you NEED to go to Pierre Herme while you’re there.

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