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This post was inadvertently launched last week but I re-boxed it.  I received these photos more than a year ago from Jonathan Steinman, who has shared many other photos here.  Can you guess where these photos were taken?   There’s a significant clue in clear view.

 

Titanic might not be an auspicious name for a vessel, but then some people like the excitement.

As Titanic sails toward the next bridge, you might start to get a sense of where this is.    If it helps, the Titanic photos were taken from Passarelle Leopold Sendar Senghor.

 

By now, you’ve probably guessed France, Paris, and maybe even not far from the Louvre.  I’ve been there only once, and that was shamefully long ago . . . 1977!!  gotta go back.

 

I’m eager to see all this commercial traffic on the Seine.

 

 

Here’s more on that first clue . . . the Franprix boxes.

Thanks, Jonathan.  I’d received these just before traveling last year, and it was a pleasure to rediscover them again recently.

 

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