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Le Marais | Paris, France

Grit, graffiti, and tongue-in-cheek art installations: may I present to you the edgy side of the Marais? And with that, it’s au revoir to France; coming soon, photographic evidence of my visit to the fabulous, laid-back, and nocturnal city of Barcelona. Camera: Mamiya 645AF Film: Kodak Portra 400

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Le Temps de L’amour | Paris, France

Macarons, high fashion, and classic architecture? Check. Well-heeled residents sipping wine at outdoor cafés? Jaw-dropping window displays? Those, too. I expected all of that from this city, and it didn’t disappoint on any count. (In fact, you might want to listen to Françoise Hardy to set the mood as you look through this particularly Parisian […]

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Montmartre | Paris, France

In August, I took one weeklong vacation that felt like three distinct trips. I spent the first few whirlwind days in Paris with my family; then, I jetted—or, more accurately, rolled—off to Barcelona via high-speed train, where I spent a few days each with two dear friends. All the while, I was snapping my way […]

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