Protecting ice 2
Who needs the protection the most? The people posing behind an armed soldier or the ice, representing out planet and the collective threat from climate change?
Ice and traveling baby carriage
Polar bear in Paris
The artist Olafur Eliasson directing dancers performing with his iceberg sculpture at midnight in front the the Pantheon in Paris.
Ice dance 1
Dancers performing in Paris during the climate summit.
Ice dance 3
Bataclan Cafe memorial
Nun and the devil in metro
Paris wine tasting with our friends and owners of the fabulous Chenen Bleu vineyards.
The children loved the icebergs. They licked, kicked and nicked them without pause.
Visitors from all over came to see the ice melt. Some stumbled across them as they meandered through Paris S.me were deliberate in choosing Eliasson's expression as a destination. Some were simply early morning joggers getting their daily exercise.
Half tour eiffel
The Eiffel Tower as seen from Palais de Tokyo on a foggy night in Paris
This picture, made at 6:30am before Paris started stirring, reminded me of a resting dragon. (Not that I've seen to many resting dragons.) It formed naturally from the melting ice.
Superhero lands on iceberg
John Giorno retrospective - feet
Video installation of the poet John Giorno performing one of his poems at a retrospective of his work at the Palais de Tokyo, in Paris.
One Egyptian. 18 portraits.
Part of the first biennale of Arab photography at the Institute du Monde Arabe in Paris.
Refugees in waiting
Photographs at the Institute du Monde Arabe in Paris
Chez Robert et Louise
Beautiful bistro in le Marais. And I'm pretty sure that's Louise and Robert themselves in the right of the image.
(c) 2019 Hans Peter Brondmo