The Montmartre district in Paris was immortalized by painters like Renoir, Toulouse-Lautrec, Van Gogh and Picasso. Today, tourists have their portraits sketched by street artists.
I made this image on a rainy February winter night. Who was it who first said "bad weather makes for great photos"? I couldn't agree more. The square was nearly empty yet I caught this lovely moment that to me reveals a location, a mood and a story.
posted by Ted Nodwell