paris soundscape, series 4, final: spring love…
Posted in paris, pia's photos, soundscapes June 11th, 2009 by piablog

There is always romance in the air in Paris, but in Spring, romance and love seems to envelope the whole city more than ever. I adore Paris in the Spring time – I moved to Paris in the Spring, I fell in love in the Spring, and it seems I keep coming back in the Spring. Perhaps I’m addicted to the romance…

So for this final soundscape for the series, its all about Spring love in Paris – a collection of photos taken while wandering the streets of the city in Spring, along with a soundscape captured while strolling at dusk with French Boy through St Germain the other Saturday night, stopping in at Taschen (which was still open at 10pm!), and then wandering around the corner, hand in hand, to find an old dude singing I can’t believe you’re in love with me, dressed in berret and suspenders. so. ro. man. tic.

The sound quality of this one is very poor unfortunately, but I rather like the 1920’s feel of it, and I hope you will still enjoy it. So, please take it away, monsieur

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Thanks for lending me your ears for my series 4 soundscape. Click here to be whisked back to series 1 (in Amsterdam), series 2 (in Paris), series 3 (in Sydney).

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10 Comments

  1. my favorite and my best says

    wow. thanks for that. i mean, i am a sucker for the senses and how they deliver me somewhere. that surely fits into the puzzle of my wandering mind. thanks for taking me to these places that i have only ever been in my daydreams.

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  2. Prêt à Voyager says

    such an inspiring series of soundscapes, pia! i agree with you completely – i find the 1920s quality quite charming. as for my love affair with paris – fall is my season, it’s when i moved there (and will move back).

    anne

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  3. Amanda Nicole says

    Oh my goodness, love love LOVE! I’ve never been to Paris, but my guy and I plan on going within a year, probably next spring. I can’t wait!

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  4. Laura [what I Like] says

    I have a few free days in Europe coming up and I was torn about where to go..but you’ve cemented the decision for me…Paris it is!

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  5. TERI REES WANG says

    You have popped into a capsule, a transition of time, a moment of emotion where the senses burst open in bloom. Find a way to bottle it up for the rest of us. This will hold us at bay for just a short while, though we’ll make it last best we can.

    You’ve done well and good.

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  6. valeria says

    Wow what a beautiful post Pia! Luv luv luved it! and I like the ro. man. tic. part…..
    Thanks again for sharing.

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  7. ibb says

    Thanks for your photos of wandering. Love Paris, but have no opportunity to return as many times as I would love. It would be ok to say one saturday, I want to go to have a walk in Paris…instead we have your photos.
    Thanks so much. Love to wander with you.

    June 12th, 2009 | #

  8. jen laceda says

    Your soundscapes have left me breathless, heart pounding, yearning to be in love…in Paris!

    June 12th, 2009 | #

  9. Liz says

    oh to be back in Paris with the cherry trees in bloom, drinking coffee outside at a café,walking hand in hand with my love… thank you for bringing me some sweet memories..

    June 14th, 2009 | #

  10. Crystal Ball says

    I’m completely in love with Paris, although I’ve never been. It’s a dream of mine to visit the beautiful city one day and this post has just made me want to go all the more! Wonderful, thank you. xo

    July 17th, 2009 | #


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