Angling in the river Seine equates, in my mind, to short term suicide … unless they only do this for fun and to hurt poor helpless animals. How cruel Man can be! You’ll notice the Dutch angle aimed at capturing the stairs in the bottom righthand corner of the picture.
Slight colorisation applied on a raw black and white picture. Banks of the river Seine. Paris. October 2013
High quality fast food trucks are ubiquitous nowadays. Some see them as a 21st Century "Wirtschaftswunder", some as a mere fad. As a friend told me: I waited in line for one hour and couldn't get my hamburger delivered since they'd run out of ingredients. South (Left) Bank of the river Seine, July 2013
For years on end, Parisians turned their backs on the river; a few months ago, the municipality decided to ban the traffic from the banks of the Seine and let people enjoy the embankment. Paris, South (left) bank, July 2013.
The Debilly footbridge was built for the 1900 World's Fair. Like the Eiffel Tower, the footbridge wasn't meant to stay ... but it did eventually and all tourists, and locals, love it. I captured the reflection of the bridge in the glass roof of the boat while passing underneath. This is a reflex shot because... Continue Reading →