Paris is known by many names, and surely “City of Love” is one of them—hence, today’s self-title. Reiner Girsch captured the sweet moment around April 9, 2015, when the photo uploaded to Flickr (he joined […]
Last month, Alex Holyoake crossed the English Channel to explore Paris. “The sights and views the city has to offer are fantastic”, he says. “I don’t think I’ve ever been to a city that can offer such breathtaking views and shots. Unfortunately the constant travelling that we did and the infernal stairs we had to climb took our breath away too”.
During the exploration, Alex shot self-titled “Photoception” on Oct. 12, 2015, using Canon EOS 600D and EF 50mm f/1.8 II lens. Vitals: f/1.8, ISO 640, 1/50 sec, 50mm. The photo takes the Day for clever composition and beautiful bokeh.
Few pics posted Creative Commons capture so aptly the dire sentiment searing parents and their children following Friday the 13th’s devastating terrorist attacks on the streets of Paris. Simply self-titled “Paris 13/11/15”, Sabrina Neveu captions: “Quel monde s’offre […]
On this somber Saturday, we mourn with the nation of France, following last night’s shocking coordinated terrorist attacks in Paris. More than 120 people were reportedly killed; the number likely will change as the weekend […]
Solidarité is right, and nothing for sale visible above the fold. Americans are often too oblivious to tragedy overseas, even among Western allies. If someone didn’t see the news, and shops Amazon, they have to wonder what the page refers to.
My wife and I watched live coverage for hours from CBS and Sky news services, streamed, since we’re cord-cutters again. To recap: Coordinated terrorist attacks left more than 120 dead in Paris, late last night (local time there). The city is in lock down.