Broke in Foch

The Foch Avenue is probably the most famous street in France after les Champs-Elysées. It is home to the biggest fortunes of France and links the Arch of Triumph to the Boulogne Woods. Though you will encounter many Mercedes and Rolls-Royce parked along the town houses, a magisterial metro station lays at the end of the avenue.  Perhaps it was built for the numerous maids and servants that work in the area though lately  you might find a few broke bankers entering soberly the station …    (click on picture to enlarge)

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Leica M8 with CV25mm, ISO160

One Response to “Broke in Foch”

  1. There’s something amazing in this picture, although I can’t define what it is ans why it is amazing. Maybe the idea of a gate connecting two opposite worlds, one of life and light, the other of darkness and uncertainty…

    Incredible job !

    Adrien