Paris last November

Last November I made a brief trip to Paris for three days, to see Paris Photo in all its beautiful ostentatious glory.  In between cramming thousands of mini galleries and bookstores I went about to see the city in the pissing rain, it made Paris feel like Dublin but with better architecture.     

Walking into the Latin Quater passing Notre Dame, this man with his umbrella stood under a spot light.  

Walking into the Latin Quater passing Notre Dame, this man with his umbrella stood under a spot light.  

Outside the Pompidou Paris.  

Outside the Pompidou Paris.  

Part of me wishes this was in colour, just as she walked over the air vent her red cape flew up in the air.  

Cant go to Paris without the ultimate cliche photo.

Riding the over-crowded Metro.

At the Saint Michel metro station there was a free open air Gary Winogrand exhibition.  Only in France.  

We ended up going to Pere Lachaise and Montparnasse cemetery, such strangely morbid and popular tourist attractions.    

Went to Père Lachaise Cemetery, the rain formed a tear at the end of the nose.  

Samuel Beckett's Grave at Montparnasse cemetery.  

Bloody Tourists.

Musée d'Orsay, spent 4 hours at this spctacular place and could have spent 4 more.  

Amour.

It rained everyday, this pretty much somes up the entire time spent there.  

It rained everyday, this pretty much somes up the entire time spent there.  

The Latin Quater at night.

The Latin Quater at night.

All images were taken on a Leica M6, and a Contax T2, shot on Kodak Tmax 400 developed in Xtol 1:1