So many streets in Paris feature buildings that seem to lean against each other, each one at a different angle.
Posted August 28, 2016 by Lutz Braum in Architecture, Black&White, Europe
Tagged with Black and white, city, Paris, photography, travel
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… and this is one of my very favorite streets, which you have captured beautifully! If you should happen down it again, pause at the same spot — at 42, rue Galande — and look upward, above the door. You’ll see what is reputed to be the oldest street sign in Paris, a bas relief of St. Julien le Pauvre. But back to your photography: Nicely done!
Thank you! Don’t know when I’ll be back, but I know I will be back someday!
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