WPC: Let There Be Light

 

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    • Salut Julie πŸ™‚ Je te remercie d’avoir ecoute la musique. Quand ils ont donne le titre Let there be light – ca me paraissait normal de mettre la musique d’Oldfield. Fais-tu partie de Weekly Photo Challenge? Merci bien pour ton gentil commentaire πŸ™‚

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  1. I stopped by a couple of times yesterday to see if you had posted something for the challenge. This was well worth the wait! Stunning photo!
    I’ll post a second post for the challenge this week, because I know I have a lot of good light photos laying around on my harddisks somewhere πŸ˜€

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  5. I haven’t read the book but in the film adaptation of The DaVinci Code, the character Captain Bezu Fache (played by Jean Reno) remarked that the Louvre Pyramid is “a scar on the face of Paris”. Since then, I’ve often wondered what is the majority sentiment of Parisians of the pyramid.

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