Tag: Paris

  • PhotoStories | A little over four years’ worth

    If you are wondering why this blog has seen such little photography action over the last few months, please put down those protest banners and please don’t demand your money back*. The reason for this state of affairs is that back in December, The Flaneurbanite‘s knee threw a tantrum and has since been acting like a  total […]

  • PhotoStories | Paris, Je T’Aime: The Street Artist of Marais

    Others from Paris, here When you look at this… A version of this famous painting – Rembrandt’s “Titus, le fils de l’artiste” …would you believe, it’s being drawn live by this guy? Yes, as I was as astonished and impressed.  

  • PhotoStories | The Business of Being Parisian…2

    continued from hereLike London or Delhi or Bombay or New York, Paris is more than one city. There’s the Paris of the garish tourists, for no outsider can match the finesse and grace of the true Parisian, and there’s the Paris of the classic and nonthreatening seediness, if there’s a such a thing, in Montmartre. […]