Paris is one of the best places in the world for candid street photography, so I looked forward to doing a lot of it. But I haven't done much. Besides the natural reluctance to stick a camera in someone's face, it's too pleasant to just sit and watch the show. Still, much of the charm of Paris is the variety of its people, so one can't avoid taking random photos from time to time. And photos of people, even more than photos of architecture, tell you a lot about a place. Here are some people photos.
These last two are from Café de Deux Moulins, the setting for the film Amèlie.