Friday, July 07, 2006
Notre Dame de Paris
Here is a real Paris cliché... and one of the major tourist highlights: Notre Dame de Paris. It's been sitting on the île de la Cité for, well, almost 1000 years (they started building it in 1163, ended most of it in 1220 and really completed it in 1345!) and I realized I never showed it to you on this blog. Of course this cathedral has been photographed so many times, it's hard to come up with something original. I chose to concentrate on the bottom of the western facade, at night. And before you ask, no, I did not see any hunchback!