So when it snowed last month I was head over heals and spent nearly two days roaming the streets of Paris, photographing the city covered in a beautiful layer of snow. As much as I was hoping that it would happen again, it seems that it was the only show we would see this winter and because of that I am so happy I stayed outside in the bitter cold to capture it all.
I have a list that I refer to of places that I want to photograph when something interesting is happening. I keep this list so I can keep myself from repeating things, I don't want to fall into a routine of always photographing the same thing and the same places and lately, I've been feeling like I was getting into a photographic rut.
So when is snowed I headed to Montmartre on the first day and to the Palais Royal the second. Both areas of Paris that I missed last time that it snowed and was curious to see how the stark white would change it.
I was pleasantly surprised as the areas I had chosen seemed almost baron. Not many people out and the snow was still fresh and crisp.