Lockdown and homework bring new opportunities. An early morning walk up to Sacre-Coeur helps you breathing fresh air, find inspiration for your day, move your body. The quiet of this place at that particular hour is regenerating. I have done it several times over the last few weeks. Up there you see things from distance,Continue reading “Up there”
Montmartre and the area just around (9me – 18me) – but maybe somewhere else in PAris – has been displaying a campaign to end violence against women. Words, sentence, messages are attached to different walls and angle. Some have been replaced, some have been removed. Other just changed. But if you are walking around here,Continue reading “Distracted messages”
Picture: Fujifilm X-E1, Olympus Zuiko 50mm 1.4
I Dance there upon the shore; what need have you to care for wind or water’s roar? And tumble out your hair that the salt drops have wet; being young you have not known the fool’s triumph, nor yet love lost as soon as won, nor the best labourer dead and all the sheaves toContinue reading “To a child dancing in the wind”
Quiet moments. This corner is surprisingly calm and quiet in this period. Montmartre without tourists has a different atmosphere, more authentic, like a little village, more accessible, more silent: tables in the many bistro and café are available; benches are free; little streets basically empty. Will this last?