Looks like they are deep in thought.
It does look like a glorious place and the gentlemen seen intent on keeping it that way! Hope your week is going well, mon amie!HugsSylvia
Good evening Genie,How wonderful it would be to be in on that restoration, if only to sit and watch. It fills my heart with joy to know that people care enough to keep such beauty restored. I love the wall reliefs.fondly,Penny
The enormity of the task would be almost parallising.
Un très beau cliché en noir et blanc qui rend hommage au travail de ces artisans d'art....Belle journée,Pierre
How wonderful to have captured a moment in the on-going life of this building.Have a lovely day,Ruby
Sounds like the story of my house. ;-)
I am so glad they do repair and upkeep. That church is fabulous. I could look at those windows for ever!
Your photo reveals (to me) the grandeur of the cathedral. So many people, small by comparison, have worked on it and entered it.
Measure twice and cut once! I learned the hard way! HAH
Thank goodness it is being taken care of...great shot, dear Genie!Hope you're having a beautiful week!Bises,- Irina
And some great views of the city.
I think that would be a fabulous job to have—almost anywhere, but especially in this amazing place.
Wonder what they were working on. It was under some repair work 4 years ago. I"ve not been back but need to on a sunny day. I hear it's breathtaking!V
I have heard rapturous things about this place, and six years ago tried to visit. Alas, it was closed. For repairs. Sigh... : ( Which just means someday I'll have to go back to Paris so that I can see it! : )
Revrunner, that made me laugh! Anyone who has made repairs to a house would reel from the enormity of this project!ds, we were there at the end of March and although there is restoration underway, the windows have all been cleaned and the outside has been stripped of almost all the black soot and grime of the centuries.Kristie, that is just what we repeat to each other as we work on house projects.With a cathedral built in the 13th Century (severely damaged during the Revolution) restoration is a perpetual effort. Surely this is "work in process" and most definitely a labor of love.Bises,Genie
Ah...the majestic beauty of old old architecture!
Not your traditional shot in/at Ste. Chapelle. The medallions to the right are among my favorites -- of course, the windows and vaults are spectacular.
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