Marvellous structure. You have quite the collection of views. Good subject for a Sunday.
Genie, this is a lovely part of the world. We stopped here on our last night in Paris and had the most delicious and welcoming meal at a little pub - bistro on the corner of the main street called "Dome" - It is definitely a must! x
I wonder how many lifetimes it would take to see all the treasures Paris keeps for us...
Me gusta tanto Paris que no veo la hora de estar allí es un sueño que tengo desde niña quiero ir desde siempre es un lugar que me llama .Gracias por mostrar tan bellos lugares!
Genie,We must remember that bistro Dome! I love this side of the church. I have one with the little walkway leading up to the door dusted in snow from our trip in janvier.BTW, both of the "twins" slept in today. I guess I was overcome with excitement over the big AU win over LSU and had both in DRAFT. I swear!!!V
Well, this church is lovely inside and out. And I have a penance in mind for the little pishers who climbed up and wrote on the wall!
i'm a huge fan of this dome and this church. Thanks for the shot!
Look at all the forms . . . rectangles, circles, triangles, etc. Fascinating. (I love your blog.)
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I like the perspective!!!
Don't think I've ever seen it from that view.
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