What scares me is that these were originally titled "great picture ideas." And I'm particularly uneasy about such activities as swinging from the shower curtain rod and the bannister. But it's cool, maybe I'm just not appreciative enough of art.
These charming photographs by Robert Doisneau capture the streets of Paris in the 1940s and 1950s and can be found in a new collection - Robert Doisneau - edited by Jean Claude Gautrand and published by Taschen. Black and White Coffee Joinville-le-Pont, 1948 Picture: 2014 Atelier Robert Doisneau, Paris