To stay in the same city and a similar ambiance, here is a picture taken more than 40 years ago when I was living in London. Actually, my basement flat was not far from this gloomy street, between King's Cross railway station and Camden Town. I don't remember if I was depressed when I shot this. All I can say is that I was doing a lot of walking at the time and I was fascinated by this huge town that was so different from Paris. Many areas where like this street and if you now go to Google Earth and look at the same street today, Penryn St, NW1, you will see how some places have been "gentrified". Not that such an area was originally a poor area when you see the way the houses were designed with these imposing columns underlining the entrance. It has regained its looks and the cars parked are no more derelict Volkswagen Combis. This is of course analog film and the grain is visible. I was probably experimenting a wide angle lens, a Nikkor 24mm, to be exact. and I certainly used a red filter to darken the sky, increasing at the same time the overall contrast.