Doorknob reflection

Reminiscent of Neil Young's harvest and its amazing cover pic, a staple of all record collections owned by people from my generation, my reflection in a vintage doorknob near Denfert Rochereau. Shot with my ancient manual Nikkor O 35mm f:2 lens.

stretched limo

That area in Montparnasse used to be the epicentre of Art and bohemianism. Now the hovels have been taken down, the area wiped clean and stretched limos roam the streets like anywhere else in the world. 24 mm wide angle shot using my Nikon D600 and the 24-85 mm carry-around lens. Full details page

Montparnasse: too old to rock’n roll, too young to die

I keep hearing that Montparnasse is no longer what it used to be, that the old spirit is no longer there, that the Montparnos, these bohemian artists aren't around anymore. Well, all the nay-sayers are at it to show that Montparnasse is a thing of the past, dead and buried. But rest assured you lovers of French culture, this is not true.

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