Nice perspective here!You're fired, Jacob! Lois Anne gets to be Photographer-In-Chief!«Louis» wishes he had taken the tower tour when he lived in Paris. When at Nôtre-Dame, did you see the small brass disc on the parvis near the doors of the church on the opposite side of this image? It is from that disc that all distances in France are measured. It's easy to miss because it's small, isn't marked by a sign, and there's usually a tourist standing on it!
Cool benches by a lock or something. I'll be reading and commenting when I can between now and Feb. 21. I'm getting ready now, and on the 12th will be going to meet my Honey in London and see parts of England outside the city as well. My three active blogs will continue to post. I look forward to visiting more often again when the adventure is over :)
P.S. You can see I'm a little anxious getting ready. I copied and pasted something about VP's benches at the start of my note to you. Sorry!
A very good angle of this imposing tower, with a glimpse of the other.
This photo is very crisp. Nicely done.
I understand that each statue has some meaning.
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