Serge Gainsbourg, photographed by Roger Kasparian in the winter of 1963 on Place Victor Hugo in Paris. You get two classic takes on French architecture in this photograph. To the left of centre, in sharp focus, the  instantly recognisable Gallic profile of Serge Gainsbourg, dressed in black and grasping at the top of his winter coat, and just right of centre, two blocks of grand Parisian buildings and rows of traffic converge into a snowy, soft focus vanishing point. Brilliant.