Christophe Jacrot, also known as Rain Man, is a French photographer who takes awesome pictures of cities caught up in bad weather. He travels around the world, intentionally experiencing different weather conditions, in order to convey some melancholy and romantic charm through his works.
Hong Kong, China
New York, USA
’’Just by learning to accept the world as it is and accepting the weather with all of its whims you can develop a new, holistic view of the world”. Christophe Jacrot.
Reblogged this on Chris The Story Reading Ape's Blog and commented:
Beauty is all around you, if you open your eyes AND your heart 😀
Marvelous photography. I never thought about rain looking this good. 🙂
Me too! ☺
Reblogged this on The Life & Times of Zoe the Fabulous Feline and commented:
What I would find if I looked up the word “wonderful”….so creative. Love them! Thanks to Monsieur Jacrot, and thanks to Chris for the reblog that allowed me to enjoy these!
Me neither, Theresa! Zoe said it best, I think, for me. But I just want to add something to her post/reblog….that quote by Monsieur Jacrot is so true….and also by enjoying all kinds of weather and you remain in full control of your mood. Gray weather? Gray is a gentle color, and looks good on most of us. Wet weather? We could all use a good rinse!! Sunny weather? Smile along with Ol’ Sol! Hot weather? ah…er….well, so maybe I do have a line. 😉
Well said!!! ☺
Reblogged this on C.M. Blackwood and commented:
Incredible photographs by Christophe Jacrot.
Many of these photos would (in my opinion) make great cover art for a novel. Excellent photography!
Yes these pictures are awesome!!!
Beautiful. No more words 🙂
I actually like rain, especially in summer, because I live in a place where most rain falls in winter. Great photos!
I like rain too ☺
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Reblogged this on DebWasHere and commented:
This are too beautiful! 🙂
Lovely. 🙂 — Suzanne
Thank you for checking out this Suzanne ☺
I love the one with the palm trees and the lone bench. Amazing.
Wow. Did you take all of these pictures?