Located on Place Louis Lépine, between Sainte-Chapelle and Notre Dame Cathedral, the flower market (marché aux fleurs)has delighted all botanical lovers since 1830. Composed of period cast iron pavilions, it allows a pleasant and atypical walk among the flowers, trees and plants. The market took the official name of "Reine Elizabeth II Flower Market" in 2014 during the Queen's last official visit to France. Every Sunday it gives way to the bird market.
The carousels are undeniably part of the Parisian landscape as are the metro entrances, the lampposts, the Wallace fountains ... You can admire them everywhere in Paris (at the Jardin des Plantes, Place Saint-Pierre in Montmartre, Parc Monceau , Place du Trocadéro ...) and immerse ourselves in the Paris of yesteryear.
I particularly loved shooting this wedding because of Its beautiful decor. The bride is a litterature teacher and wanted her wedding to have a vintage and literary atmosphere. The rings were placed in a hole made in a vintage book, lovely !
I was lucky to see this fantastic show of this talented singer, Yaël Naïm. It was a pleasure to photograph her, she was smiling all along the concert and seemed very happy to be here with us. The concerts are going to miss me, with the coronavirus, most of them are cancelled or reported, here in France.