Reflections were visible in the glass of an empty seventh arrondissement gallery.
Tourists overran the city of Paris in the summer months. Tour boats constantly went up and down the Seine, the river that runs through Paris.
The western facade of Notre Dame de Paris stood as one of the most visited monuments in Paris.
A street musician played the clarinet as tourists passed through to the Louvre Museum courtyard.
The southeast side of Louvre and its colonnade was designed by Claude Perrault.
A street musician played the cello for the many tourists visiting the Louvre.
The Saint-Germain l'Auxerrois church in the first arrondissement of Paris is located near the Louvre.
Passengers boarded the arriving metro at the Franklin D. Roosevelt station in Paris.
Rain fell upon the Eiffel Tower and the Trocadéro.
A rainy view could be seen of the L'Hôtel National des Invalides from across the Pont Alexandre III, a deck arch bridge, one of the most decorative bridges over the Seine.
One of the most famous landmarks in Paris is the Arc de Triomphe which stood at the western end of the Champs-Elysées. The 19th century arch and the contemporary traffic provided an interesting juxtaposition.
A man sat on the sculpture "Stellar" by Baptiste Debombourg in Nantes. Le Voyage Á Nantes is a yearly art exhibit that runs through the whole city.
The Eglise Sainte Croix of Nantes is topped by the old belfry of the city.
La Baule, a popular and cemented vacation city on the Atlantic coast, is deserted under the rain.
The interior view of the Saint André cathedral in Bordeaux. It was consecrated in 1096 by Pope Urban II.
"Monument aux Girondins" stands in the Place des Quinconces, the main square in Bordeaux.
"Ligne d'ardoise," or "Slate Line," is a permanent sculpture made on the spot by Richard Long on the rooftop courtyard of the CAPC Museum of Contemporary Art in Bordeaux.
"The Apostle" by Raoul Larche stands in a public garden in Bordeaux.