People of Nantes – 2014 Edition

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Coming from Canada, I find French people fascinating—even though I (used to) be one of them.

There is less cultural and ethnic diversity than in Canada, for sure. People are generally shorter and smaller, but not necessarily thinner, contrary to popular belief. The way they dress is different too: no, French are not wearing haute couture from head to toe, but they are less casual than North American. There are no drive-through stores here, you actually have to dress up to go buy your morning newspaper and baguette!

I take many walks in Nantes, with or without Mark, and I always have my camera with me. Is street photography art or voyeurism? I hope it’s not the latest. I find people beautiful and fascinating and I always try to portray them in a good light.

You can see the com­plete set of pic­tures taken in France on Flickr.

Two Girls Cour Cambronne

Two Girls Cour Cambronne

Window Shopping

Window Shopping

The Student

The Student

Fixing the Street

Fixing the Street

At the Bar

At the Bar

Grocery Shopping

Grocery Shopping

Early Morning in Nantes

Early Morning in Nantes

Waiting for Heath Insurance Services to Open

Waiting for Heath Insurance Services to Open

At the Tramway Stop

At the Tramway Stop

Wine Drinkers at the Market

Wine Drinkers at the Market

At the Tramway Stop

At the Tramway Stop

Construction Worker

Construction Worker

At the Train Station

At the Train Station

On the Bridge

On the Bridge

Lost Something?

Lost Something?

Front National Propaganda

Front National Propaganda

Guy and His Dogs

Guy and His Dogs

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French woman in English Canada. World citizen, new mom, traveler, translator, writer and photographer. Looking for comrades to start a new revolution.

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