LITTLE PARIS PHOTOJOURNAL

PARIS

Hello hello! In case you thought I’d forgotten about my blog, I haven’t. I’m aware that I haven’t posted anything for a few months, however that was due to having to work on my thesis, and after that I’ve decided to take the rest of summer to myself and enjoy travelling – hence why this post is about my latest trip to Paris. And since PFW was just last week, I decided now is the best opportunity to talk about it.

One of the greatest aspects of travelling is the fact that you get to meet new people, unexpectedly. We had the great opportunity of meeting Patricia and Mauricio, a couple of talented photographers from Mexico. Me and Paul were walking around the streets of Paris looking for some good spots to take a few pictures when they introduced themselves to us. After we got to know each other, we planned to meet up the next day at the Louvre for a proper photoshoot. I definitely think the pictures speak for themselves! It was such a fun experience, and I recommend you check out their other work as well.

Now I could write and describe the main attractions in Paris, but you can basically find that on any travel blog or magazine. What matters the most actually creating some long lasting memories. Because no matter how many museums you visit, no feeling is going to compare to the one you have when having a picnic with your friends at 10 pm in front of the Eiffel Tower, drinking wine and laughing after you’ve just received a huge fee for buying the wrong metro tickets.

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