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Livia is an experienced Travel Photographer with a serious case of Wanderlust. Six years ago she packed up her bags and moved 10,000 miles from her hometown of Sydney, Australia to the other side of the world, living in Geneva, Switzerland and now Lyon, France.

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 The beautiful Musée des Confluences (museum) in Lyon has lots of awesome temporary exhibitions, one of them being Pottery by African female potters. Btw this is not something they made  but I really liked this Alice in Wonderland-esque sculpture. . . In any case the exhibition was super interesting. I can't imagine how they can lift and carry such huge and heavy vessels. They are incredible!! . . #lyon #igerslyon #onlylyon
 One of the most beautiful places in France .. Saint Jean Cap Ferrat... can't wait to go back again  .
 "Treat life like a ferris wheel ride. You must get past the fear to enjoy the view." -- Linda Poindexter . Funnily I'm really scared of heights but I love ferris wheel rides! DO YOU?  .
 Inside the beautiful gardens of Château du Clos Lucé, Amboise, France. This was the house of Leonardo da Vinci, where he lived during the last 3 years of his life. . He's such an inspiration to me. He not only painted the Mona Lisa but created hundreds of inventions, vehicles, buildings and more! A true genius.  . Who loves a good reflection? Me!  .
 I spent NYE at a friend's house in the suburbs of Paris. I saw snow for the first time this winter. It had snowed quite a bit overnight... On New Year's morning I discovered that they have a huge private forest in their backyard... so I went exploring. I also discovered it was really a beautiful white winter wonderland. ❄⛄ . . #winterwonderland #winterinparis #darlingescapes #darlingweekends #girlslovetravel #ig_paris #ig_france #passionpassort #winterwhite #wintery
 Here's the beautiful Fontaine des Fleuves (Fountain of Rivers) in the Place de la Concorde, Paris. In this place/square there are two fountains which look very similar but are not identical. They were completed in 1840 during the reign of King Louis-Philippe. ⛲ . This fountain represents the Rhône and Rhine rivers, the two largest in France. The figures in the centre are white while on on the outside they are black. . The other fountain is the Fontaine des Mers (Fountain of Maritime). ⛲ . What is and where is the most impressive fountain you've ever seen?  . #Fontaine #fountain #fontainedesfleuves #fontainedesmers #rhone #rhine . .