The City Stuck in Time

A Photo Series

This July, I had the privilege of going to Paris, France to meet up with my family for vacation. I had never been to Europe before this trip and had no idea what to expect. Although the media portrays Paris as, “The City of Love,” It wasn’t The Eiffel Tower or other monuments that I fell in love with. It was the way the sun didn’t start setting until 9 pm. How there was a cafe at almost every street you passed. The way the buildings all had metallic details on the gates and seemed to be looming over you but still feel inviting. The way the air somehow seemed whimsical. The following are all images captured on my trip to Paris, taken with a Canon Rebel EOS T6.

Arc De Triomphe
The Eiffel Tower
The Louvre
Seine River
Notre Dame Cathedral
Fireworks, Bastille Day




Palace of Versailles

Versailles Garden


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Written by Rita Nguyen

Rita is a 15 year old Vietnamese-American writer, democrat and social activist from Los Angeles, California. On her free time, Rita enjoys exploring the city and reading. She has an endless list of goals and aspirations but ultimately wants to major in Political Science and turn her passion for social justice into a career.