Snow-pocalypse

In cycling we like to say "There's no such thing as bad weather, just bad gear." Regardless of the schematics of the point, the important thing is that a little weather should never keep you inside, never keep you from having a good time.

When I came to Paris, I said that I wanted it to snow once. I could see its beauty in the snow, take a few pictures, then have it melt immediately so I didn't have to deal with it. The other day was the third or fourth time, but my first true time of snowy Paris. The first snow I ran away to Barcelona and its endless sunshine, the second I had escaped weeks in advance to Florence. The third time it was snow in the air, but rain on the ground. The fourth time left at least 3 inches and went a whole day without a break from snow tumbling from the sky.

But did we sty inside? No, not a chance. We put on our good gear, took the camera out and had a great time. If you were wondering, this is what Paris looks like in the snow - no editing:

Paris in the snow
Paris in the snow
Notre Dame in the Snow
Cafe in the sow
Champagne in the Snow
Paris in the Snow
Jardin de Luxembourg in the snow with Pantheon
Jardin de Luxembourg in the snow
Jardin de Luxembourg in the snow
Jardin de Luxembourg in the snow
Jardin de Luxembourg in the snow
Jardin de Luxembourg in the snow
Jardin de Luxembourg in the snow
Paris in the Snow
Paris in the Snow
Paris in the Snow
Paris in the Snow
Paris in the Snow
Paris in the Snow