Wednesday, October 25, 2006
Gargouille on Saint Eustache
Saint Eustache, located les Halles (the "belly of Paris" as French writer Emile Zola once called this location) is one of the most beautiful churches in Paris, in my opinion (I'll show you more about it some day). A couple of days ago I went there at night and managed to take a photo of one of these Gargouilles (don't know what they're called in English), those little sculptures that stick out from the roof to drain the water from the rain. (PS: sorry to be late in posting but my connection went down last night).