These pictures were all taken between September 17th - 24th, 1998.
Click on any of the pictures to get the original Kodak DC260 images.

The all-too-familiar, shown here at 471 days before the Millenium. A beautiful local church. In the church courtyard you can find this nice statue.
View of Napoleon's palace while walking up the Eiffel Tower. You can see the entire city from the top!
It wasn't always painted brown like it is today. Black and White marble statues in the Musée d'Orsay.
Old Fountain Kids talking with one of the officials in the park.
Paris is full of lovely parks. Some with quite hilarious statues.
Often folks race radio controlled sailboats here. And here, we had baguettes and cheese for lunch! A small church between Venon and Giverney.
Monet's reflecting pond in Giverney. Complete with lilly pads.
They go out in this rowboat to trim the lilly pads. This cat is really enjoying the sun!
Back to the sleepy town of Venon. Mmmm.... Tomatoes! (Bois de Boulogne Park)
An old fashioned Orangerie. I thought these were extinct, but he snapped at me twice!
Paris too, is full of pigeons. We took a stroll through the park on a lazy Tuesday afternoon. The Louvre at night.
Musée d'Orsay on the Seinne. Notre Dame Cathedral.
These guys are quite the characters. The cathedral is quite spacious inside!
Saint Jeanne d'Arc The palace at Versailles is quite elaborate. Just look at that detail! One of the original chandaliers at Versailles.

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