The time between All Saints' Day November 1st and November 11th, the latter marking the end of the first worldwide human massacre( world war One), has always seemed a little sinister to me. Nature loses its colors as gray and black take over. (I know it's mundane, but if you happen to feel a similar malaise at this time of the year, let me know so I'll feel less lonely.) But in Paris, November is also the Mois de la Photo, and the festival Paris-Photo, as well. These are major events.
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