Today was a lovely day to go biking in Paris. Late afternoon, my 9-year old son and I took off on our bikes to a new burough of Paris, near the Seine enbankments, in search of an artist hang-out, called "Les Frigos", housed in an old building used as freezers by the French national railway decades ago.
We stopped a few times along the way to grab a few pix, and spent 2 hours visiting with really great artists (I liked Sasha, the musical artists, the guys in the music studio, the chat with some painters - really nice, a color-glass artist on the ground floor, etc.). All floors were accesible to us only by a very heavily decorated staircase, but they have lifts as well. About 200 artists work there, but expose and sell all over. It's really peculiar to have such an unconformist bulding, setting, decoration, surrounded by extremely modern buildings (banks mainly).
All 111 pictures taken with a Leica M9, using a Leica Summicron 35mm f/2. Almost no post-processing today; the few that have some processing is using Aperture 3.x, with plugins from Nik Software (Color Efex Pro, Silver Efex Pro, HDR Efex Pro). All pix are fully downloadable, but with my ususal Creative Commons licence : BY NC SA.