Tuesday, 3 June 2014

Defense de Fumer Pt.1


Paris iPhone Photo Chronicles
~ Defense de Fumer Pt.1 ~

Defense de Fumer Pt.1


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It was a blazy, bleary day on the steps of the Grande Arche at La Defense, the business district to the west of Paris. Things were looking down.

Well, I was anyway, sandwich munching away on my perch a good few steps up from the perpetual criss-crossing of the busy-buzzy worker bees.

And then it happened. I remembered my trusty old iPhone, which had helped me publish pics for more than 1000 continuous days. Back then when I was inspired. Occasionally I get flashbacks...



And why not...
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Sunday, 20 April 2014

Laugh? I (Almost) Fell Through The Window


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~ Laugh? I (Almost) Fell Through The Window ~



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As fate would have it, here I am again, teaching English at the British Council in... wait for it... did you guess.. could it possibly be... yes! Paris.

And just by chance, here is one of the most wonderful sunsets you could ever hope for. Only that it's a bit exaggerated as I was being absolutely blinded as I took the shot and it was only with some sneaky post processing that I achieved the final result. Which some of you will hate, I concur.

But there you go. It was a moment and that moment was then and here it is for you now, so there.



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Revolution Under Foot


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~ Revolution Under Foot ~

Revolution Under Foot


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The Paris metro has recently thrown the spotlight on one of its most fascinating historical vestiges: some of the remains of the Bastille poking through a platform at the metro station of the same name.

Indeed, until now inattentive bustling commuters were in danger of missing the significance of the pile of old stones altogether, probably cursing the damn things into the bargain.

There are quite a few signs of the doomed prison around the city if you know where to look, but none more surprising and unexpected than those you can see here.



And why not...
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