Some random street shots from our roams around Paris’s streets and parks.
Above is The ‘Fontaine des quatre parties du Monde one of the many ornate fountains in the city.
Le Bateau Ivre” (“The Drunken Boat”) is a 100-line verse-poem written in 1871 by Arthur Rimbaud. This is part of The Wall of Poems project that begun in 1992 in Leiden by the Dutch foundation Tegen Beeld.
It’s written on a wall near Saint Sulpice in Paris as Rimbaud is supposed to have written the poem in a nearby cafe.
Above is one of the many iconic Metropolitan metro signs. While below are a selection of shots from the Latin Quarter.
More colourful artwork adorns the back streets of the Latin Quarter.
As well as wall art there’s lots of street stalls selling everything from Old Master postcards and pulp fiction.
Lots of the stalls are situated alongside the banks of the River Seine. Stall holders simply unlock them in the morning and start trading.