Archives ofTony the “Cement maker“
Gustave is a cat who likes water and caresses (he is more a dog than a cat actually). That’s why we got along easily. A lot of black is announced this season. Here it is, incanated in a kitten walking in the midle of a large Parisian appartment. Emerald and gold eyes, Gustave know how… Read moreno validationand1 comment for this article.
Even when you live in Paris, playing the tourist around Trocadero square, in front of the Tour Eiffel has something heady. Mingling with the crowd just for a few minutes, feeling like you don’t live here, rediscovering things you walk past every morning with different eyes is a good experience. In the evening, lights are… Read moreno validationandno comment yet for this article.
Once again, I have spent the largest part of this summer in Paris. It has some good sides. Firstly, the whole city is very calm, making you feel that you can have Paris for yourself: few people in transports, in the streets, in stores… Moreover, this year’s weather is really hot. So we went for… Read moreno validationandno comment yet for this article.
Camden is a quarter located in the North of London. People often know Camden for its famous alternative market called the Camden Market. Urban Outfitters is about to open its 8th Londoner shop in the area, 211 Camden High Street, right next to Camden Town metro station, in this old cinema from 1909 transformed into… Read moreno validationandno comment yet for this article.
It is not necessary visiting the most beautiful avenue in the World to find a triumphal arch, Bacelona has one as well, in the middle of la Ribera quarter, at the end of passeig de Lluis Companys. It is during one of our multiples walks in the city that we decided to stop at the… Read moreno validationandno comment yet for this article.
Last day of this week spent in New York, it all went so fast! Last walks, last findings… the weather it still warm. Last rides in bike, heading toward Soho. Even if we’ve spent most of our time here, we hadn’t planned a photo series in this area during our stay. This inconsistency had to… Read moreno validationand1 comment for this article.
In our New York series, we left Manhattan heading towards Williamsburg, Brooklyn. Going through this area without a bike is not conceivable. This holy land for hipsters from all around the world can only be visited on a worthy steed, suiting the refined residents of this neighbourhood. Then we grabbed a fixed gear Bianchi to… Read moreno validationand1 comment for this article.
Arriving in New York has been filmed, photographed, told by the greatest authors so many times. Each visitor of the Big Apple for the first time will keep it as a major event in his life. Well, past cultural events have given this moment a fully fantastic dimension. The Hudson riverside getting closer and closer,… Read moreno validationandno comment yet for this article.
I’m just coming back from New York. Less to say is we did shoot a lot there. Today is our first New Yorker series, we took these photos with Christina from the blog Trop Rouge. Such a great start! Is there something better than finding a person who grew up in the area you want… Read moreno validationandno comment yet for this article.
This is a necessary stop for any stay in Barcelona. The Parc Güell appeared in a countless number of movies, paintings, documentaries, so much that you fell like you’ve already been there, even though you’ve never visited Catalonia. It was my case. I felt I knew that park, like I sat once on this bench,… Read moreno validationand1 comment for this article.