Paris, A Visual Feast – Bbonthebrink
Sometimes the things we love about our favourite cities are not the giant, gleaming buildings and landmarks, but the small imperfect details that litter them. If I were to produce a visual biography of London, it would feature buildings like the abandoned one below that is in Fulham. They add character to a location, and for me personally, emboldens me with the sense that the city I live in is culturally, historically and socially mature.
To this end, anyone wishing to get a really good feel for living in Paris should visit Bbonthebrink, ‘A Visual Feast’ as the blog Barbara Brink, the author, calls it! The blog features some brilliant shots taken throughout the French capital, and whether you’re a fan of rustic Parisian streets, or gloriously over the top iron work of the kind that features on the Pope Alexandre III bridge, you’ll fall in love with the small details that are captured.
Barbara is an architect with a special interest in building design for developing countries. Barbara can be found at the following location on the interwebs – [Barbara Brink] [@bbonthebrink] [Bbonthebrink Blog] [Flickr]
Special thanks to [@morrisonbrink]