“Despite what they say graffiti is not the lowest form of art. Although you might have to creep about at night and lie to your mum it’s actually one of the more honest art forms available. There is no elitism of hype, it exhibits on the best walls a town has to offer and nobody … Continue reading Art on the Streets of Paris #2
Whose to say what art is? If it doesn't hang in the Louvre or have tour groups clicking at it, then is it not art? Away from the queues, the hoards of people and entry fees there lies the beauty of the street. Free beauty, true art. Graffiti, it divides people, cities and societies, with … Continue reading Art on the Streets of Paris #1
My week of people watching comes to a close with a hint about my next set of photographs that will be coming your way soon.... Thank you to everyone, you really got in the spirit of the series. I will be updating the posts with what I think are the best guesses and a link … Continue reading People of the Seine – Part Seven
We are reaching the final day of the encouraged people watching, so keep those comments coming in! What does everyone think about this couple? Are they a couple, family, is she his carer or something else...? Let your imaginations loose. COMMENT WINNER: renxkyoko: "He just got out of the hospital (from a heart attack), and … Continue reading People of the Seine – Part Six
Listening intently or bored out of her mind...? Comments below please. COMMENT WINNER: Marian g: "maybe they’re praying and she’s listening to his intentions (see their hands? haha!)"
Over half way there now. Question of the day: What led them here? COMMENT WINNER: Hollie: "Two best friends, who are like brothers to each other, tired from giving his bud a piggy back on the bicycle are having a rest and chilling"
Now we are in to day three of the virtual people watching. Simple question, friends or foes? COMMENT WINNER: ckpondering: "Too close to be strangers, but too far away to be firm friends (or firm friends without some history…)"
OK so photo number two. Just one person this time but who is she? How did she break her wrist? What is she reading? Tourist or Parisian? What is rumbling around her head? Tell me what you think... COMMENT WINNER: Cooking with Audrey: "I think she hurt her wrist doing a drunk cartwheel and the … Continue reading People of the Seine – Part two