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the joy of travel

As designers, we are always on a quest for inspiration and a fresh approach to our field. What better way to spark your creativity than through exploring new cities with a camera in hand? Design inspiration can be found in all aspects travel, old and new, including (but certainly not limited to) the food, the locals, the vegetation, and the architecture. These are just a few of my favorite shots from a recent trip to Germany and France.

From left to right, top to bottom:

1. At the Audi museum in  Ingolstadt, Germany

2. On the streets of Dijon, France

3. In a berry tree forest in downtown Strasbourg, France

4. Staying dry from the rain outside of the Louvre in Paris, France

5. Pedestrians outside of the Louvre in Paris, France

6. Christmas shopping at the Bon Marché in Paris, France

7.  A window display at a men’s store in Paris, France

8. A bird flying under the Eiffel Tower in Paris, France

9. The Art Nouveau subway entrance at Saint-Michel in Paris, France

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