Mind Where You Walk

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Last month we had a good look up at the gorgeous public sign art of Paris from the book Graphique de la Rue. Now we’re looking down through photographer Sebastian Erras’ lens. The German freelance photographer roams the streets of Paris capturing arresting images of the city’s floor and pavement designs that we often miss by not minding where we step.

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2 Responses to Mind Where You Walk

  1. I love this post. For some reason I love feet photos in front of something cool! These floors are awesome! And yes, they so often get overlooked because of whatever is on top of them. I always try to pay attention but boy you hit the jackpot here in Paris. Great post!

  2. Pingback: Venice: Mind Where You Step | Travel Between The Pages

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