The most beautiful sunset I’ve ever seen on the Seine

The Manors arrived at the tail end of a string of rainy days and gorgeous nights. It was strange. One of the things Beth, my mother-in-law, wanted to do was get pictures of the Paris bridges at sunset. Well, the third night of their visit we ate dinner and casually strolled through the Louvre. The light was doing amazing things as sunset approached.

We arrived on the Seine to witness one of the most amazing sunsets I’ve seen since arriving in Paris. The combination of the rosy gold light and the dark storm sky in the background made for striking photos.

And the lighting changed each minute as the sunset progressed.


And, of course, we took some family photos…everyone looks a bit sunburned!

I love the silliness of this picture!

And yes, it started to rain…so out came the umbrellas.


About Rebecca

Hi! After five years in Europe, I'm adjusting to life back in the US. I use this blog to record my adventures, post photos, organize recipes, and post about things that interest me.
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6 Responses to The most beautiful sunset I’ve ever seen on the Seine

  1. POP says:

    So good to see the Manors. You all look wonderful. What a brilliant evening you were blessed with! Fabulous place and time to be together.

  2. That is a golden light! So beautiful!

  3. Magical sunset!!! You’ve captured it beautifully!!! 🙂 **

  4. cynthiaclairebruni says:

    “Golden Time” in Paris ~ exquisite!

  5. Marty says:

    thank you for posting this, Bec. i’m glad to know that even thru a ‘local’s’ eyes, that particular sunset was exquisite!

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