Author Nichole Robertson's 'Paris in Color' book captures the epic vibrancy of France. Her journeys through city streets, metros and rustic bakeries was matched with her keen eye for bright color schemes. With a camera in hand, she picked up on some of the best of the city's rainbow palette.
Robertson's blog 'Little Brown Pen' documents the writer's move to France in the form of photos. Her collection, which began in 2009, is filled with an antiquated charm, the very one that visitors often seek out when in Paris.
The detailed pictures of teal motorbikes, green bridges and light pink flowers are enough to make any lover of France swoon. Paris in Color's division into shades also adds order to the snapshots, making the pages easy to navigate for readers.
Parisian Palette Books
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Color-Filled Paris Captures
Gothic Parisian Photoshoots
Haute Kitty-Centered Photoshoots
30s Parisian-Inspired Fashion
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