SUNDAY POST: Windows to Knowledge

As a student I dreamed of studying on French Sorbonne, but it never happened. Many years later (as in this May) Β 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!

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29 thoughts on “SUNDAY POST: Windows to Knowledge

    • Jeff, thank you very much for this nice comment. I’ve noticed you had published weekly challenge but I was busy and work gets busier and more stressful. I want to be calm enough before I go and see it….

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    • Thank you for recognising the piece πŸ™‚ I can trust you will be the one that always listens my attached music πŸ™‚ Thank you my dear Sylvia :). You have a wonderful ear, and I bet your hands are even better πŸ™‚

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  1. With every post I’m reading, “Revisit Paris” climbs higher on my bucket list! πŸ™‚ Lovely interpretation of the window theme, Paula. I’ll put you on my blogroll today.
    Love to you with a big hug
    Dina β™₯

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    • This is very nice of you, Dina πŸ™‚ I hope you’ll get to see Paris again very soon and in its most romantic edition :). Have a wonderful weekend. Hugs, Paula

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