Editing over 1,500 pictures down to 'just' 437 photos and 86 pages took a lot of hours. Even though I had to delete pretty ruthlessly, those hours were pretty decadent. I avoided accomplishing a few other tasks for a few days, because this project was so fun.
So many pictures were left out, but the remaining 86 pages capture a lot of timeless moments, trigger deep emotions, and fill my mind with happy memories. The images on the pages still feel magical to me, making me jittery and happy every time I look at them (even on the screen). The real, leather bound, actual paper...printed book version won't arrive for another ten days.
Stay tuned for Paris Journal: Day Five. It won't be long. Well...it probably will be long....a long post, that is. That's just how I roll. But, you shouldn't have to wait long to read it.
Just checked my link....looks like you'll have to log-in to Snapfish to view the book. Sorry about that.
If you decide that you don't want to give them your email address and sign your life away to Snapfish forever, you'll just have to come visit me soon to see the real thing.