Street photography Paris – July 2016
Again and again I’m posting about street photography in Paris and I’ll try to keep update this topic monthly.
The last week-end was the last one of July, the sun showed up finally after rainy and cloudy days. People were outside enjoying the smell of the summer.
The magic of Paris is constant around Montmartre al along the year, but there’s somthing special in Paris during end of July and August. On 10 people there’s 9 tourist and one guy trying to sell them stuff. No parisian they are all leaing for holidays. But when you pay attention and look closer you find out that there’s parsian having drinks, lunch or just a walk just a normal and ordinary life. This is what I like to capture, these kind of scenes that are enough normal to be original. I like simplicty on my picutres and you can see it through my pages.
On this post of the Street photography that I took in Paris during July 2016, I’ve published picutres that I took all around the 18th district around rue des Abbesses, rue Tardieu, sacré coeur and all around Montmartre …
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