london vs paris

Cities and towns and countries and continents sometimes seem worlds apart. Each place has a different way of doing things, different architecture, different people. But if you stop and think about it, there are just as many similarities as there are differences. All cities have coffee shops and street art and road signs and tourists. We all get up in the morning (early or late) and eat breakfast and wear shoes (non-hippies) and go grocery shopping and breathe a sigh of relief as the sun sets.

Xanthe lives in London. Irene lives in Paris. And every few days they share visual similarities of their day to day lives on their blog, London vs Paris. Their beautiful photos tell beautiful stories and remind us that no matter how far away we may live from each other or how different our lives are, there is always a connection somewhere.

3191 miles apart, a blog we’ve featured before, also visually explores living in two different cities. WE live in two different cities, in two different countries, on two different continents and we mentioned a few months ago that we would have a diptych a week to show the two different worlds we know live in. As soon as we’re more settled into life, you’ll all get a sneak peek into the magical lives of Maggie and Utts. 🙂

All photo credit to Xanthe and Irene.

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About nosurefooting

Two Sarah Lawrence grads armed with their cameras, who have a penchant for making things pretty, following their eyes, following their hearts, even if they aren't always standing on their own two feet.
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One Response to london vs paris

  1. BIGNOSEBRO says:

    TRAFIRSTGAR SQUARE

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