Thursday, March 12, 2009

Parisien Walkways

9 comments:

Amanda said...

The first one is out of this world amazing. And the light in the rest-- takes my breath away. Can you tell us what you're up to in Paris?

andrei said...

I'm no longer in Paris. I'm back home in Bucharest. I was there mostly on vacation, but I did work one day for a quick assignment for Esquire, photographing the Romanian Ambassador in Paris, Mr. Teodor Baconschi, a sort of one day in the life of feature.

Octavian said...

Excelente fotografii ! Spor in continuare !

katie said...

i love the thirteenth picture here... the red, and the rain drops... it's beautiful. great framing!

August Kryger said...

Gorgeous series man, I love your eye for certain scenes.

http://stefanjora.com/ said...

I like the opening image (what's going on there?), but it doesn't seem to work with the rest of the series.

Recently, I was told that parking spots are so scarce in Bucharest that it's impossible to walk on the sidewalks because they're all blocked by cars. Is this what sparked your interest in the Parisien Walkways?

Cat Szalkowski said...

I really am drawn to #'s 2 & 11...mainly because there are enchanting, beautiful women in them (is it even possible to find an unattractive woman in Paris???) and the light is SO beautiful (YAY for lens flare). Lovely!

Adam Wisneski said...

Andrei, you have a gift.

Marian Trasca said...

felicitari...Spor