The Luxembourg Gardens: The second largest public park in Paris and home to Luxembourg Palace, where the French Senate convene. A popular place in Paris to spend a sunny day. Be careful where you walk, most of the grass is off limits to pedestrians, resulting in quick intervention by a security guard.
Fountains and flowers occupy the central area, backdropped by Luxembourg Palace.
2013 marked the 100th anniversary of the Tour de France, the iconic bicycle race which traverses France. To commemorate the milestone large photos of the race from every generation were mounted on the fence surrounding Jardin du Luxembourg.
While they were all very lovely to look at, creating a visual snapshot over a century of change, I found the most interesting photo involved what hid behind.
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Robin, how did you like Paris?