Whilst mid-November might not be the right time to be talking about picnics along the Seine I still have a large back-log of unpublished Paris posts. One day at the end of summer we thought we would celebrate the last of summer picnics with the best one yet. We passed the market at Bastille to stock our picnic basket with fresh fruit and berries and made our way to the banks of the Seine where we dangled our feet and sipped on litchi juice. Below is a little visual diary in celebration of summer and my most treasured pass-time of picnicking – when people ask me my favourite thing to do in Paris my response is always to picnic along the banks of the Seine be it day or night as long as I’m joined by good friends and good cheese I’m completely content.
Bianca (@ItsAllBee) says:
November 24, 2014 at 12:29 pm
Aww that looks delicious! I wonder what weather you are doing that in as its absolutely cold in London right now.
Victoria Falls | Lunch on Livingstone Island
December 5, 2014 at 2:49 pm
Ahh yes these photos are from a little while ago – the last few fleeting days of summer in Paris – now it would be bitterly cold for such adventures – looking forward to spring weather already! x
Kim Kaylan says:
December 6, 2014 at 10:13 pm
Hi Faye, I have been following you since your collaboration with Miss Jones. I love all your photos and blogs. Can you write a blog about how do you edit your photos and what equipments/ camera are you using on taking them? Plese :) Gorgeous photos! Cheers!