Walking around bustling city streets, it's easy to forget that there's a (much quieter) world beyond the towering buildings and swarms of people. Sometimes, however, you tilt your head upward, catch a glimpse of the open blue sky, fluffy clouds, and bright sunshine, and suddenly you're no longer bogged down by the weight of your Carrie Bradshaw aspirations. You lose your head in the clouds.
Ok, perhaps that's a bit dramatic. But that's the feeling evoked from Kaitlin Rebesco's dreamy photo series of the Parisian cityscape. In "Head in the Clouds," the photographer turns the focus of her lens to the sky. Only the tops of buildings, typically shown in full profile, can be seen at the bottom of the photos, their famous crowns trumped by the big sky. "Sometimes, walking through Paris, I feel like I am floating ... Paris seems to always exist under a thick blanket of grey clouds," Rebesco tells us. "When the sky finally opens up, it is really incredible." See more photos .
Kaitlin Rebesco is the sole creator and owner of these photos