I could have wandered around Paris with my camera for a month at least. My favourite part of our trip was being able to just wander and soak it in. Every corner I turned offered something new and I found myself wanting to get lost at every bend. My eyes often weren’t looking in front of me, as I was captivated by side streets and narrow alleyways, worrying that I was going to miss something. And I know that I did. I know that down one of those lanes and around one of those corners, there was something special waiting…an old, lace curtain hanging in the most perfect of windows, a centuries old store filled with trinkets and jewelry that would have begged me to take them home, or a quiet, little cafe enticing me to stay all afternoon. I couldn’t get too lost as we were short on time and had so much to see, but I can’t wait to go back to just spend some time dawdling and purposely setting myself adrift.

All images were shot on Kodak Portra 400 film.

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