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. Our next workshop is planned for November, 2012. More details coming...
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Thursday, June 14, 2012

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10 comments:

  1. I will join one of your groups one day, can't think of a better wy to spend a few days in France!
    Much love to you
    Di
    xoxo

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    1. Thanks, Elaine. Good to see you back posting, too!!

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  3. Good morning precious,

    I was away from my computer yesterday, but here I am to PEEK INTO THIS WINDOW to find only magic and a LOVE for all things French....thank you once again my dear friend for being there, being creative and loving Christ.

    Anita

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    1. Thank you, Anita! And thanks for seeing those 3 things in me. I hope to always live up to those.
      And are you back at your computer, now that your house id all spic-'n'-span?

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  4. Oh your photographs are just magical. I can see why you lead workshops. I am so glad we found each other through Anita's wonderful blog and Paris idea.
    V

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    1. Virginia, welcome!! I am honored to have you here and following! Thank you for your kind words, and ditto!

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  5. Hi Dawne,

    I love this beautiful photograph, the lacy drapes and the shutters at the window are fabulous.

    Happy new week
    Hugs
    Carolyn

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    1. Thank you, dear Carolyn! You would have loved this area. We walked to Montmartre from here and saw so much npn-touristy stuff!!

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