Sunday, October 12, 2014

Église Saint-Joseph-des-Nations et la Basilique du Sacré Coeur de Montmartre




This view from Le Perchoir in the 11ième, 
looking northwest,
shows at least two churches on the horizon:  
Église Saint-Joseph-des-Nations
which is about four blocks away 
and the recognizable Sacré Coeur in the distance.


bon dimanche



a view of churches from Le Perchoir
14, rue Crespin du Gast
75011, Paris

 



7 comments:

Alain said...

"Le Perchoir", c'est has been ! Maintenant il faut boire ses cocktails au "Comptoir Général" du coté du quai de Jemmapes (d'après LIBE)

Danar O said...

Each small house has a window, to a immense world outward, and inward, to the inner world of each (maybe more), human life that inhabit there.
Three Eglises, three windows of God's house...

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My feeling is... Your photo is a window to a new day in Paris... It´s like a twilight, but I feel like as I've just awakened, it's still dawning, sport shoes ready as wheels, hot coffee in hand, heavy breakfast on the pan, extra batteries charged, extra memory cards, the map, and of course... Janelly, the memoir of my heart: my camera. Thank you Genie, as always, great gift!
Blessings for every one.

Alexa said...

Alain -- J'imagine que les centaines de jeunes gens au Perchoir n'ont pas encore eu les nouvelles qu'ils doivent être autre part. :~}

Genie -- Were you standing on the "ramparts" to capture this one?

William Kendall said...

Such a grand view!

Debs said...

Popular or not it's still a great view :)

Jeanie said...

Wonderful view!

PerthDailyPhoto said...

Amazing view Genie, I've not seen this angle before.. am usually looking down the other way from the top of hill and Sacre Coeur. No matter which way you look Paris looks wonderful to moi :)