I have walked past rue Richelieu many many times, and yet I missed this door! The carvings cover some parts of the door, like it’s eating it but not greedy enough that it leaves behind a red trail. This door is just next to Tunisian shop which also has beautiful grey door, and not far from it there’s a sky blue door covered with some … Continue reading Beauty is in detail
Paris is not all Haussmanian buildings or same type of bourgeois type of balconies. Colors are also allowed in the city! Take this rue Crémieux, one of the colorful streets inside Paris, in the 12th arrondissement. It was named Avenue Millaud in 1865, but renamed in 1897 to honor Gaston Crémieux, the labor cause defender in Paris back then. With its rather short buildings and the … Continue reading Promenade in colors : rue Crémieux
When I went to Reims, the one thing that struck my eyes not just the gallo romanesque ruins, or the art deco, or the chic restaurants…but the colors of its transports :-)) Continue reading Reims and its colors..