A very small door on a very narrow street. This little, black door on rue de Nesle is framed either side by shop front shutters, weathered wood to one side, modern steel to the other.
It’s a shady street, hemmed in by high buildings, but something is catching the light.
Tiny shards of mirror seem to be drifting from a small, dark alcove behind the shutter.
And there’s one word, written in small, neat capitals by a cluster of shards: réfléchit.
A very Parisian kind of street art.
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