April 13, 2007
More About Paris
Okay. Back to Paris! So... here's some photos from our totally amazingly great trip.
Here at the Louvre, soldiers armed with semi-automatic weapons, make one feel cozy and safe!
We walked by this sign about seven or eight times. None of us could figure out what it means. Is it bad interface or is it art?
Note: Republic of Tinselman Citizen Foo has directed us to a similar sign on flickr, where, in a user comment, the symbol is define. They represent "muster points": a place to go, and be accounted for, in case of an emergency.
The Metro is great: each stop is unique, and the majority of it isn't as modern as this.
This is a view from the lowest level of the Eiffel Tower. The highest level is unbelievably high, especially considering it was built
around 1900 between 1888 and 1889 for the 1889 World's Fair.
Parisians tend to leave trash in places where a trash can seems to belong. I saw this type of thing in one or two places.
There's no end to beauty in Paris. It's practically overwhelming.
photos by Robyn Miller (cc) 2007, some rights reserved
Unfinished concept for a small side project on which a good friend and I are working.