Welcome to French at Heart, a photography blog with few words, but many pictures of a country I love, France. All of the photographs were taken by my husband, Dean Polis, and myself, Dawne, and edited in Adobe Photoshop. If you like what you see, I would be honored if you'd leave a comment. And if you would like to learn our Digital Photography secrets, and make photographs like these yourself, [ oh, yes, you can do it!] we would be happy to lead you on an image making adventure to France with us. You may contact us here or at my email iluvfrance@wildblue.net
Our work is available for purchase and licensed by McGawGraphics.com

Wednesday, July 6, 2011

Work in Progress...

Until I get this blog up and running, you can check out my Facebook page here:

French at Heart

And I'm posting regularly at quiddity2


  1. Oh boy...I'm the first follower!!!!!
    How exciting, really, I do love your work, very beautiful.
    Thank you also for your so kind words you left me, they blessed me!!!
    Looking forward to all your art!!

  2. Hello,
    I visited your Blog today. I saw your other blog also. They are both so pretty and charming. While I was reading, I noticed that me and my daughters have a lot of the same interests as you. I love my family, antiques, vintage, and the 50's and 60's. My daughters love books, travel, and Paris. They went to Paris a couple of years ago, and loved everything about it - the people, the culture, the food. Photography has always been a special interest of ours too. They saw the movie, Amelie, and thought it was one of the cutest films ever. We started a new blog, and we would love it if you could visit us and follow. We would enjoy coming back to visit with you and seeing all your fabulous French photos. Hope to hear from you, and have a sweet day.
    ~Sheri at Red Rose Alley

  3. How beautiful the mood of this photograph is. I have visited Paris often, mostly in the rain. There is something extra special happens there in the rain.

    I am so glad I found you.

  4. Wow, these photos are really amazing, Dawne, & I AM interested to know how you do it. I will keep checking back for more details & will also look forward to seeing more of you're lovely French photos!