Like no other city, Paris is for me associated with black and white photography. At the beginning of my affinity with Paris, and maybe for photography itself stood all the classic pictures from the past.
No Paris visit without a stroll around Notre-Dame. This cathedral is kind of magnetic.
Everytime when I vist the Musée d'Orsay something urge me to shoot the big clocks at the top floor.
I'm glad to find this frame in front of the cathedral.
A lot of steps has to be climbed until this view over the Paris rooftops.
I have to wait until the place was nearly empty but the evening light was it worth.
A lot of fountains bubble in Paris and are worth a closer look.
This church is part of the areal of the Chateau de Vincennes at the outskirts of Paris.
The bridges over the river Seine are always a great opportunity for points of view on the city.