Sunday, August 10, 2014

InSPIREd Sunday

This is the 17th-century church of
St. Etienne du Mont, in Paris.  Though I used to
live just down the street from it and have been
here many times, I never cease to be
amazed by the intricate stone cutwork.  There's
a matching staircase on the other side. (On a 

21st-century note, it's from the steps of this church that
Owen Wilson 
time-traveled in Midnight in Paris.)

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10 comments:

  1. That is some serious stone cutwork. I had to check out the other side. It looks so much like interweaving Celtic art work, for example.

    It must be thrilling to see a place you know in a movie. But checking out Google maps I wondered if the film crew added the street lights to the downspouts.

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    1. Way to catch Woody out, TG! He loves Paris so much (and shows it so beautifully), they'd probably let him do anything . . . well, almost anything.

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  2. That stonework is just fabulous, love it

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  3. Wow! That is some amazing work!

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  4. What amazing detail. Tom The Backroads Traveller

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  5. Gorgeous, in colimaçon, great work.

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  6. I remember this staircase and the steps in the film! This is so beautiful.

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  7. Oh my...that staircase! Amazing detail!

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