The Red Lights Of Parisian Cafés: Dark And Gloomy Photos That Will Fill You With Trepedation

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With his series entitled Red Lights, the French photographer Blaise Arnold decided to document the red lights of Parisian cafes through dark and haunting photographs. Blaise Arnold captures unadorned the storefronts of cafes in Paris, Saint-Denis or Nanterre, illuminating the deserted streets like beacons in the night.

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