In discussing her unique take on landmark photography, Kaitlin Rebesco states, "Sometimes, walking through Paris, I feel like I am floating," which explains why all her Paris photos seem to be taken from up in the air.
Through her sky high photographs, she captures the way Paris always seems to be draped in a sky full of clouds that adorn the peaks of all of the towers and landmarks in the city. Many travelers idolize Paris as the city of romance and sophistication, full of culture and tourist sights. Rebesco brings the dreamy feeling of floating through the city streets out in her 'Head in the Clouds' image series, with a focus on the atmosphere rather than the actual buildings.
This series of Paris photos portrays a loftier landmark perspective.
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