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Tuesday, October 29, 2013

"Sketch of Paris"

The underside of Paris--raw, ordinary, seductive--is difficult to find amid notoriously beautiful visions of the City of Light.

In his latest collection, "Sketch of Paris," Swedish photographer J.H. Engstrom reveals a counter-Paris, one you haven't see in a Woody Allen movie.

The images are stunning and refreshing. If you dig 'em, see more of his recent book here.