Restaurant le 59 new > 'Boulanger and Arch', Provence

Every village in France has a boulanger (bakery) and Eze, inhabited by Greeks as early as 2000 BC, is no exception. In 'Boulanger and Arch', the bakery, Banette, Artisan Boulanger, is framed by an ancient stone arch and fronts a cobblestone street in the this renowned French Riviera village.

zeny cieslikowski

Paris is my favorite city; I first visited the City of Lights in 1969 and subsequently have made many trips to Paris in all seasons, light and weather conditions. Parisian storefronts, restaurants and cafes as well as its sun-dappled parks and fascinating architectural details are the motifs that first interested me. Soon, the colorful, bustling markets and rainy streets and sidewalks became important subjects for my compositions. Photographing the reflections on the wet pavement and myriad windows of cafes and ...

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