Before heading for Paris (by train) on Sunday morning, I had to dive into a little book that offers Paris in many flavors.
With Paris in Color (Chronicle Books, April 2012), photographer and blogger Nichole Robertson applies the adage 'a picture is worth a 1000 words' litterally and offers a book without any words except for those captured in the photos she shares.
Each chapter is organized around a color. Book opens with 'la vie en Noir' (the color black) and concludes with yellow.
Besides 'Guimauve' and rose petals', 'Rose' chapter offers 'Hearted Bicycle' racing up the facade of a building.
Jaune could not be without a Metro 'M' sign, flowers that brighten any room and of course a lemon tart.
(* Images reproduced by permission of the publisher, all rights reserved, from 'Paris in Color' by Nichole Robertson-Chronicle Books, 2012).