This is the second post in a five-part series on my recent trip to France.
My flight from New York to Lyon included a nine-hour layover at Charles de Gaulle Airport. That gave me plenty of time to spend the afternoon in Paris. At the suggestion of a friend, I went to make photographs in and around Jardin du Luxembourg. Not only was the weather perfect, but it was May 1, a national holiday equivalent to our Labor Day. The park was packed with people (and their dogs).
Read the first post in the series: French Landscapes
Read the third post in the series: A Day in Lyon
Read the fourth post in the series: Chamonix and Mont Blanc
Read the final post in the series: Curiot Mining Museum in Saint-Etienne