The banks of the river Seine are lined with fold-up vendors (les bouquinistes) selling classic prints and old postcards. Thousands of people jostle by on their way to Notre Dame. Along with all the other tourists, I took the requisite (but boring) photos of the cathedral. I also took shots of these iconic stalls.
Later that day I processed the photos and found a gem of a montage. Mixed in with the prints of Chat Noir and Moulin Rouge were photos of two saucy ladies from the 1920’s.
The Mona Lisa is placed right beside them. If you look closely, you can see her rolling her eyes.
Paris, France. 2018