Friday, July 5, 2013

From the Notre Dame Towers #1


Note to followers of this blog: I have found some additional photos of Paris, which I shall be posting in the days ahead. We hope you enjoy them. This photo, and others you will see in this series, were taken by Lois Anne who had the fortitude to climb the towers with a sprained ankle!

6 comments:

Halcyon said...

Such a spectacular view! Glad to hear you found some "surprise" photos. I will be looking forward to seeing them. :)

PS: Have you thought of removing word verification from this blog? Those things are so annoying. :(

JM said...

Fabulous view and composition too!

Starman said...

I remember when the Tour Saint-Jacques was being refurbished.

Pierre BOYER said...

Marvelous view Lowell...
I never be there on the top of Notre Dame's towers...
Best regards,

Pierre

Cezar and Léia said...

That gargoyle looks a little bit tired or bored, but not as much as I'm bored here on this "belgium farm"!On the other hand I find no reason to be bored with this wonderful view of the city of Paris! Opsssssss Silly gargoyle!!!!
( you know I'm just kidding)
:)
Lois Anne is a talented photographer, this picture is fabulous!
Léia

stardust said...

Thank you for this spectacular view! I suppose climbing down the tower was much harder than climbing up with a sprained ankle. I can easily imagine how she's overcome her recent disease with fortitude and dignity. Wish you happy and healthy days to the two of you.

Yoko