People of Nantes – August 2018

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It’s time to fly back to Canada.

I don’t even want to analyze how it makes me feel.

Everybody is going back to work, back to school, back home.

I’m not sure where home is anymore but I’m going anyway.

Rue Sainte-Croix, Nantes

Place Royale, Nantes

Place Royale, Nantes

Place Royale, Nantes

Place Royale, Nantes

Rue de la Fosse, Nantes

Rue de Strasbourg, Nantes

Cours Franklin Roosevelt, Nantes

Rue d’Orléans, Nantes

Place Royale, Nantes

Place Royale, Nantes

Rue Contrescarpe, Nantes

Rue de la Fosse, Nantes

Cours Franklin Roosevelt, Nantes

Cours des 50 otages, Nantes

Basilique Saint-Nicolas, Nantes

Around Zola, Nantes

Place du Cirque, Nantes

Place Royale, Nantes

Rue du Maréchal Joffre, Nantes

Rue de la Fosse, Nantes

Commerce, Nantes

Cours des 50 otages, Nantes

Rue de la Marne, Nantes

Rue de la Baclerie, Nantes

Rue Contrescarpe, Nantes

Rue Racine, Nantes

Beaulieu, Nantes

Place du Commerce, Nantes

Place Royale, Nantes

Place du Bouffay, Nantes

Place du Commerce, Nantes

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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.

9 Comments

  1. Already? But I have no vacation days at this point and need to live vicariously through you! Yes, you returning is all about me, ha ha…

    Those kids swinging around pole look like they’re still enjoying summer vacation, though!

  2. I love your pictures of people ! They are all so different but doing the same thing (looking at their cellphones, walking, smoking…). It really feels like France to me! I also love the caption of those little precious moments that sometimes just lasted for a second (kids playing, people walking), comme un arrêt sur image 🙂

    • 🙂 Thank you!

      I love capturing these little moments. There are pictures I delete because when I review them I’m like “OK, nothing special after all” but some of these mundane moments feel precious for some reason.

  3. It’s hard going home but I’m sure you’ll find some comfort in the fact that the winter isn’t that close. Have a safe flight home!

  4. Cecile Puertas Drace on

    Simple ! Home is where your loved ones live !
    Which makes it difficult when your loved ones are scattered in different countries …
    Ok maybe that doesn’t help much after all
    Sinon je suis toujours aussi fan des portraits
    Bises du Sud, Cecile

    • It’s a good reminder, I needed this 🙂 Indeed, much of it has to do with the people you love, even if inconveniently, they don’t all live in the same city/country or on the same continent!

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