Paris, With The Neon Turned Off

Steven Moore Photography Paris

I’m sure we’ve all speculated, dreamed even, of what it would be like to find ourselves transported to another moment in time. In Paris, where I currently live, it’s not that difficult to do. Just turn off the neon and go for a walk.

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Champagne Model: Leslie Patrick

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8 thoughts on “Paris, With The Neon Turned Off

  1. These need to be on those notecards you’re thinking of making!! Fantastic.

    Also I think you guys will be gone by the time I get to Paris in April… 😦 right? You leave at the end of March?

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  2. Great photos Steve. You could use the first 3 in a post-apocalyptic flick set in Paris. I love playing with photo edit apps, but have never really found the groove. I think the key is having a feel when enough is enough. As you photos demonstrate, less is more. ~ James

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    • Why thanks James. Yeah, I’m not much of a photographer really, just a point and shoot man, but people seem to like them so I’m happy. A little iPhoto editing never hurt, eh?
      Cheers.

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