Bright Lights


Amidst the grey skies of London & Paris,
I'm starting to see spring break through.

It feels so nice. 

The bright sunshine
and the shorter hems
 silently promise that, soon,
warmer days will be here to stay!

But the best promise of the good weather to come?

The bright bursts of colors that keep finding me.

Oh, April in Paris.... 
hurry!

coffee break in amsterdam
the ceiling of the opera garnier by marc chagall
stained glass shimmers at da vinci's burial place, amboise.
cheesy bursts of color on a picnic in switzerland
bright windows in the loire valley
sitting in the sun at les invalides.





*all images original to Aspiring Kennedy

18 comments:

  1. Spring has fully hit DC- there's one thing that DC has over Paris right now! But I think that may be the only thing :)

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  2. the chagall in paris is one of my absolute favorites!! i went to a ballet at the opera garnier and i was stunned to see such a gorgeous painting on the ceiling!! le sigh. xo

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  3. ooh that marc chagall ceiling made my heart go pitter patter! gorgeous!!

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  4. Oh you are too lucky! I love all this color!

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  5. Yay to spring's arrival and to color! I'm so happy that it's finally here. Already stopped wearing tights and now I'm living in skirts and sandals. :)

    Hope you're having a great week! xoxo

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  6. Paris in the Spring? Oh wow...I can't wait to see those pictures! I can't image a more beautiful city in the spring time!

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  7. I have always dreamed about Paris in the Spring. All the flowers in the parks and streets. How fun and romantic! PS... most gorgeous ring ever! Love that shot!

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  8. Here! Here! Welcome Spring and color! The ceiling in the opera is beautiful and what is it about rainbows that make us think of happy, magical times?

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  9. Gorgeous pictures! I'd love to see Paris in the Spring. Maybe one year...

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  10. So much pretty. Love that coffee shop! Looks like fun.

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  11. oh my that chagall ceiling is one of my favorite things in paris! did you guys get a chance to see his museum in Nice?! oh it's so wonderful! missing you. remember if you ever need an assistant i'm already trained up ;) love and prayers

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  12. I am loving all your photography and the lighting...especially the rainbows, I love rainbows!!! :)

    Oh how I'm loving your blog!!! Thank you so much for stopping by mine, and for your super fabulous comment...to answer your question, I went to Albuquerque to visit my sister and her hubby for a week while she was on spring break and we had a lovely time!

    As for my name...yes, I was named after "The Sound of Music," and I love that you are a fan of the film and love the name! Yay! I LOVE my name, it is one of my favorite things in life...not to be referencing the film with that phrase...hehe...I seriously, have loved being named Liesl and having a different name! It never bugs me and one of the most common comments I get is "oh I love our name," or "were you named after 'The Sound of Music!" :)

    In fact, just the other week another Liesl found me in blogland and she has a lovely blog too...I have found that almost all girls named Liesl are blonde, unlike the character in the film...hehe! :)

    OK, I simply must follow your lovely spot in blogland! Hope you have a Fabulous Friday ahead!!! :)

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  13. that ceiling!!! oh my goodness gracious, i die!

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  14. love love this.

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  15. these photos are fantastic! You've got talent!

    Maria @ Orchard Bloom

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  16. Such beautiful pictures! I went to Paris and London in December/January and it was so cold and gray. I would definitely want to visit again in April. I'm sure it would be beautiful.

    I love the shimmers on the floor.
    Thanks for stopping by my blog
    Emily at Amazing Grapes

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  17. yes! love seeing all the colors make an appearance!

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