What is there not to like about Paris?
Paris: the capital city of France, has maintained its history, character and vibrancy. There is only one true way to explore a city and that is by walking.
This book shows Paris as seen by the author and photographer through the lens of the camera over a period of 3 days.
The photographs in this book show some of that history; the character and the vibrancy of this beautiful European city. Come and share this trip along the streets of central Paris.
From the architecture and monuments, the numerous bridges over the Seine; the statues rimmed with gold; the art district of Montmartre, the sharing of streets with the people, cars and dogs; to the ceremony at the Arc de Triomphe on the final day.
Hopefully Paris will seduce you as it did me? The seduction is in its vitality and vibrancy, balanced with its preservation of history. Enjoy!
Bruce Burgess is a Fellow of the Photographic Society of New Zealand (FPSNZ). He is a widely traveled freelance photographer who has had a passion for photography for over 40 years. He has a keen interest in people, landscape, photojournalism, travel photography and audio visuals. Bruce is a proud New Zealander, who is inspired by the natural beauty that surrounds him. His philosophy in photography is to adopt a personal style that portrays an artistic vision which can also be emotionally powerful. He also makes photography "fun".
10 Degrees Below Zero Published July 19, 2008