Mar 7, 2013

Ten Belles

Let's backtrack a bit. As I've been wading through my Iceland photos, I nearly forgot I still had Paris photos to edit and share. On that Sunday we were in Paris, we met up with Nico Alary, quite the multi-talented fellow, for a leisurely coffee break at Ten Belles. I can't remember when or how Nico and I first connected (a hunch tells me it was over something coffee-related), but I love how a few quick twitter exchanges allowed us to meet.

In short, Ten Belles is a charming, cozy cafe with excellent pastries and great coffee. Grab a table on the upper level and get a fun peek at the action from above.



For more coffee in Paris, see my extensive post from last June.

20 comments :

  1. I love how you capture the every-day-ness of life... so gorgeous. I can't wait to see more.

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  2. love that you always choose a different original perspective when taking photos of even the most mundane things.

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  3. Beautiful! I like the simple no-fuss interior

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  4. I love these kinds of photos; just little slices of everyday life.

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  5. gorgeous. again. sigh. wishing i could linger down parisian cafes and walk in and out of her lanes and streets once more. xo

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  6. Curious place I know I was internal Bichat hospital, I went to the cafe on the corner of Rue de la Grange aux belles rue Bichat

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  7. Nice set of photos. Did you use flash with this set? It looks like there's such good light in there.

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  8. No wonder that the name rang a bell. It has been for a while on my to-do list for when I am in Paris. Good to see that it lives up to expectations :)

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  9. You always capture simple yet intimate moments. And I can never get enough of them!

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  10. Beautiful photos!

    XX-Myrna

    mybeatboutique.blogspot.com

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  11. The photos are AMAZING. I'm writing down the name for my visit to Paris next month.

    M.

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  12. Nothing quite like having a coffee in Europe. It can be such a different experience - especially with their love of espresso. Can't get enough of it.

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  13. I love how even the older gent is on his cellphone!

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  14. Cafes like these are like little treasures and once you discover them you just love them. I prefer cosy places like this, they have a character of their own. Lovely pictures!

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  15. great blog with great pictures, i surely know where to go for a coffee in paris now!

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  16. Excellents pic from a intimate coffee; so parisian

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