Society

Photos: Paris, transport and fresh air

Article published on Jan. 13, 2009
Article published on Jan. 13, 2009
Fancy a fresh-aired adventure in Paris? Since 2007 residents and tourists have been able to rent the public bicycles, the Vélibs, fleeing the dark metros which transport millions in and out of the capital day in, day out. Images of a city in movement

Thursday afternoon, mid-December. Minus two degrees, windy, and within minutes the rain will start to fall. Transport and traffic - somehow an omnium-gatherum. Everything and everybody is out on the move.

(Image: ©Louisa Reichstetter)

(Image: ©Louisa Reichstetter)

(Image: ©Louisa Reichstetter)

(Image: ©Louisa Reichstetter)

(Image: ©Louisa Reichstetter)

(Image: ©Louisa Reichstetter)

(Image: ©Louisa Reichstetter)

©Louisa Reichstetter

(Image: ©Louisa Reichstetter)

(Image: ©Louisa Reichstetter)

...until the next metro appears out of the darkness.

(Image: ©Louisa Reichstetter)