Check out my previous post about Palais Royale here! Bonne journée! Marla I’ve accumulated a large (admittedly random) collection of photos of my feet taken during my travels. I thought it might be fun to occasionally share them here on MOTM and link each photo to a more in-depth post I’ve previously published.
Sitting next to a still foundation at Jardin du Palais Royal early one morning, I noticed the reflective surface of the water and couldn’t resist taking a few photos. Bonne journée! Marla
Walking further into the grounds of the Palais Royale, you’ll find yourself surrounded by gorgeous roses. Or you will if you’re lucky like I was, and unintentionally time your visit with their bloom season. And if you look closely, you’ll notice a small cannon installed on one of the lawns between the rows of rose…… Continue reading Roses and The Petite Cannon
Another controversial art installation at the Palais Royale is Sphérades, officially known as Les Fontaines de Pol Bury. Installed in 1985 by Belgian artist Pol Bury, each of the two fountains consist of 10 stainless steel spheres that slowly rotate on their axis under the power of the water flowing over them. I thought they…… Continue reading Sphérades
I woke early one morning (not difficult to do when suffering through jetlag), ate my breakfast and hurriedly left my hotel. I was headed for the Palais Royale. Or more specifically, to its inner courtyard, Cour d’Honneur. My goal was to arrive before every Instagrammer in the city did because I wanted to take some…… Continue reading Les Deux Plateaux