Paris

Paris, France

This young lady is eager to listen to the Paris Chamber Orchestra conducted by Sir Roger Norrington at the Theater of the Champs Elysées. Finished in 1913, the venue is one of few major examples of Art Deco in Paris. May 2015. Cette jeune femme est impatiente d’écouter l’Orchestre de Chambre de Paris dirigé par…

Bombay

Mumbai, India

Each morning, at Sassoon Docks, fishermen hoist baskets of freshly caught fish and shrimps. Shrimps are hand peeled on the quay by groups of women and young girls in the middle of a noisy crowd. The dock hosts the biggest fish trading market in Mumbai since 1875 when it was built by Albert David Sasoon,…

Bombay

Mumbai, India

The Hanging Gardens are terraced gardens perched at the top of Malabar Hill. Young people, like these two Muslim girls, enjoy walking there to watch the sunset. May 2015. Les Jardins Suspendus sont des jardins en terrasse perchés en haut de Malabar Hill. Les jeunes gens, comme ces deux filles musulmanes, aiment s’y promener pour…

Lisbon

Lisbon, Portugal

The Senhor Peixe restaurant located on the bay in front of the 1998 World Exposition area has a gorgeous view on Vasco de Gama bridge. People get there to eat fresh fish. May 2015. Le restaurant Senhor Peixe situé sur la baie devant la zone de l’Exposition Universelle de 1998 a une vue imprenable sur…

Bombay

Mumbai, India

Two boys chat outside the gate of the property of the most famous Bollywood actor, Sharukh Khan, in the Bandra district of Mumbai. They probably cannot imagine the magnificence of the actor’s mansion. May 2015. Deux garçons discutent devant la porte de la propriété de l’acteur le plus célèbre de Bollywood, Sharukh Khan, dans le…

Vienne

Vienna, Austria

Located in the Stadtpark, this golden statue of the Waltz King, Johann Strauss, is said to be the most photographed tourist attraction in Vienna. It was unveiled to the public on June 1921. September 2010. On dit que cette statue en or du Roi de la Valse, Johann Strauss, située dans le Stadtpark, est le…

London

London, United Kingdom

The practice of wearing clothes decorated with so-called pearl, actually mother-of-pearl buttons, originated in the 19th century. The people wearing them are called Pearly Kings and Queens, or pearlies. Each group is associated with a church in central London and is committed to raising money for London-based charities. The Pearly King and Queens of Tower…