Saturday Snapshots 34 & 35

Hey! Four photos in two weeks? Well… yeah. The weather’s been so good here that I’ve been less focused on photography and blogging and more focused on friends, sunshine and lots of other wonderful things.

The first three photos made me laugh though, because they truly do represent the trifecta of my France experience: partying in Paris, classic French grandmother food, and random-awesome-event-I-somehow-got-into.

Photo A
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I obviously didn’t take this picture, but I just wanted to remember this night in Oberkampf with good friends. I will miss this.

Photo B


I finally made a coq au vin! It’s basically a rooster braised in red wine and then topped with mushrooms and parsley. Judging as I only have about six weeks of France left I need to cook as many old-school French dishes as possible.

Photo C


This week I got to go to the French Open! It. Was. Amazing. Post soon!

Photo D


On the hottest day in Paris yet, I took a stroll with friends on the Canal Saint-Martin.

What did you do this week?

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About Ashley Fleckenstein

Ashley is a travel and lifestyle blogger who lives in Ann Arbor, Michigan. Since college she has au paired in Paris, backpacked the world solo, and lived in Uganda. Her work has been featured by Buzzfeed, Forbes, TripAdvisor, and Glamour Magazine.

6 thoughts on “Saturday Snapshots 34 & 35”

  1. Had a wonderful week–art fair at the Art Institute. Lunches with friends, dinner with family etc, for my birthday. Sorry I missed all your attempts to call me, but thank you for your “Happy Birthday” wish. Love the photo of you and your friends. They look so adorable. I’m sure you are going to miss them dreadfully.


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