Weekly Photo Challenge – Street life. Streets are my favorite subject to photograph and to discover. The different cars, people, doors, mailboxes, houses and even the stones on the ground, I just can’t get enough of it.
In Paris it isn’t a problem to find an interesting or a photogenic street because, Paris has more than 6000 streets (that’s a huge choice!). 6000 unique streets, each with its own character, stores and styles. You can clearly see the difference between the wealthier and poorer districts. It’s so amazing that you can hike all day long and that it feels like you have visited 20 different cities ;) Why make a road trip through Europe when Paris has everything?
I bet you do have a favorite street somewhere on this beautiful planet? Come on, share it with us! By Twitter or leave a comment below!
FYI: I’ve written more posts about streets in Paris. Here they are, enjoy them!
Pack & Go, Parisian street life.
Such a colorful street, Rue Lepic, Paris
The longest street in Paris.
Quai de la Tournelle, Paris.
Rue Berthe, Montmartre, Paris.
Rue Quincampoix, Paris.
Rue du cherche-midi, Paris (recommended!)
Rue Saint-Paul, Le Marais, Paris