Dreaming of Paris today (well, everyday). One of the things I love about Paris is the contrast of the city - striking the balance between ancient and modern design, and the culture's mutual appreciation for old and new generations.
In the heart of the Saint Germain, long live the classic Parisian cafe and the leisurely time of a bygone era that it represents. Youth and age alike appreciate the long-standing cultural pleasure of sitting, sipping and enjoying. A simple game of cards still reigns as the cafe entertainment of choice.
The ancient bones of Notre Dame cohabitate in a city littered with fashionable graffiti and mopeds.
Modern sculptural lights contrast against the historical architectural details of Musee d'Orsay.
Victor Hugo's Place des Vosges re-purposed for the modern daily workout regime.
Paris transcends the eras, it fashionably exudes history and persistently emerges at the modern forefront. Audrey Hepburn couldn't have been more correct, "Paris is always a good idea."
Images by Brooklyn Boheme.