Above the Seine February 19, 2016 ~ travelsandtomes Ile de la Cite, Paris (Notre Dame) Share this:FacebookTwitterEmailPinterestTumblrLike this:Like Loading... Related
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Thanks– it was a lovely perch to look out from.
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Thanks. Cool view from the bell tower in Notre Dame–well worth the climb!
A very beautiful image that says it all! Thanks for sharing!
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What a gorgeous photo – the colours are amazing!
Thanks. It was a great perch up there–well worth the wait and the climb into the bell tower. Also, autumn offered some nice colors to the view!
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Re-running this photo from late 2015. A remarkable view from a remarkable place. Like people all over the world, I was horrified to see it burning, but heartened to see what still stands and hear the ground-swell of support for rebuilding.
Notre Dame represents divine inspiration, but also the best of human spirit and human effort.
Thank you for this historical photo. Most don’t know the difficulty of taking it with the atrocious and tasteless double-wire mesh they’ve put up there. 🙂 But at least you and I can say: “We’ve been up there”. ‘Was in Paris this summer and I can confirm, they are working, and working well.