Monday, May 31, 2010

Lining up at Notre Dame to climb the towers

14 comments:

Nathalie said...

Your photos are sharp, fun and beautiful!

Starman said...

By the time I got to the head of the line, I'd be too tired to climb to the top.

VP said...

The last time I climbed up there was almost fifteen years ago and usually I am in no mood to try it again...

Cezar and Léia said...

Dear Jacob,
The angle and composition are wonderful in this picture,well done!
Léia

JM said...

Lining and... waiting! :-)

Trillian said...

I like the unusual angle of the cathedral, nice shot!

T. Becque said...

I don't remember seeing any lines for this when I was there last year. But I didn't go up either. By that time, I had climbed the Eiffel Tower, the bell tower in Bruges, and run many miles so the climbing spirit may have left me!

Rose said...

I am afraid I don't have patience to wait in lines like that...but I could stand outside there and look and look and look at the architecture.

Elettra said...

Hi Jacob,what a wonder, I like very much all your photos, many compliments

tapirgal said...

This is one reason I never went up.

Virginia said...

I am always amazed that in Paris someone would stand in a line for an hour (more??) for anything! There is too much to see and do for that. I don't expect to get withing blocks of Notre Dame next week. It's crazy!
V

Halcyon said...

I did not know you two had been married for 50 years! And Lois-Anne always looks so young, from the few jogging/walking shots we've seen. :D

I really miss Paris. It's fun seeing it through other people's eyes. I wish I had more pictures from when I lived there.

Costea Andrea Mihai said...

great angle!!

Virginia said...

And I didn't get within blocks although I did take some photos behind ND in that lovely little park. Tourist Central on the front side though. Remind m to tell you about my fav restaurant across the bridge from here.