Two women, triangles and textures.
“One day our descendants will think it incredible that we paid so much attention to things like the amount of melanin in our skin or the shape of our eyes or our gender instead of the unique identities of each of us as complex human beings.” Franklin Thomas
New York City (link to the NYC images only), Coney Island, June 2013.
“Get back into the saddle! The vast world waits for you!”
To the men strong enough to dare to be a father.
— “Marius: Hmm… So, who’s the father? The man who gave birth, or the one who pays for feeding-bottles?
César: Oh yes… Dogs too can give birth. The father, Marius, is the one… who loves!”
Marcel Pagnol,«Fanny» (1932).
Blue mood in Belleville.
I live in the quartier for more than 15 years. Artists, poor people, young people, well-to-do families, old people, a lot of children, adrift people, communities of different cultures and religions mix there. Some days, it’s really hard, even violent, mostly, it’s peaceful.
When I began to photograph streets, it was my purpose: to show Belleville, my Paris area (I’ve create a page gathering all my Belleville shots, on my Tumblr, BnW, colors, mobile photo & DSLR mixed). I return for a few days to my initial purpose.