Though the summer has been slow to grow, early July has produced some hot days already and the heat almost always pushes me to church. Any church will do on a hot day in Paris. In off peak times (no mass), and little tourist traffic the cool quiet air is the perfect atmosphere in which to breathe and to recover some semblance of sanity from the crazy outside world.
I do not go into churches with the intention of photography but sometimes as they say in the zen of creativity the photograph arrives.
Which brings to mind Sir John Berry's (1635-1690) quote "the bird of paradise alights only upon the hand that does not grasp".
The two photographs you see here were presented to me in two separate churches on two different days. And you could say I saw the light. Which I did.
I only had to meter and compose and press the shutter to capture these two simple images. I quote many great photographers when I reiterate, "simple photographs are best, or the best photographs are simple. Whatever way you want to say it, it's true.
By Kevin - Adventures thru the Lens Paris