As a student I dreamed of studying on French Sorbonne, but it never happened. Many years later (as in this May) I had a chance to see it for the first time. I took some crappy photos that I had to over-process to give them soul, but somehow they seemed perfect for Jake’s new theme: Window.
If you look closely at the photos, you’ll see the inscriptions above the windows showing that each window is dedicated to a different faculty department (mathematics, paleontology, mechanics…). I was desperate to find the linguistics, but it seems that those guys are not allowed to see the light of day . Happy Sunday everyone!
In the shadow of the majestic Notre Dame there is a bridge known as Pont de l’Archevêché where people leave their love padlocks locked on the structure of the bridge. On May 3, hubby bought one of these, engraved our initials on it, chained it to the bridge, and tossed the key into the Seine. A street musician was playing one of my favourite chansons La bohème. It was the day when I took this sunset photo of Notre Dame, and without doubt the most romantic day on my trip.
What better example than Paris? Here are some fresh photos from my latest trip. This is my entry for Jake’s Sunday Post: Tourist Attraction. Click here to see his inspiring post and other entries for the challenge.