The flea markets of Paris, or Les Marches aux Puces, as they are called in French, are among the most fascinating places.  I visit them several times a year, and find each visit to be filled with incredible new finds, even though many of the dealers are the same year after year.   Some stalls are composed of anything and everything, but some, the ones that captivate me, are those that are filled with multiples of some specific item; men’s shoes, keys, crystal, plaster animals, and so on.   This kind of “specializing” is mesmerizing and wonderful to photograph.  So, whether it’s Vanves, Clignancourt, or Chinon,  summer or winter, I am drawn again and again to Les Puces, and always return with treasures in my camera.

Local Color

Windows | Reflets

Walls |La Poesie Des Affiches

Bodies

Nudes

Mannequins (No Thoughts)

Spirits in Stone

Tendresse

Faces

Visages des Visages

People

Observations

Surreal

Dreaming in Color

Flea Markets

Abstraction/Architecture

Moments

Animals

Autos

Beds

Searching for Jehanne

The Joan of Arc Project

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