Another from the “Swiss Cathedral” series. A mid-sized chapel in Beckenried, Pfarrkircke St. Heinrich. The reason for our boat ride to Beckenried today was to find this elusive little treasure shop that we heard about but were not given directions. Our friend was afraid that I would buy out all their old maps before he had a […]
“Weiss machen und schwarz malen.” An exhibition by artist Nedko Solakov at the Kunstmuseum Luzern.
We started out early and ended late. It’s our last full day in Paris and we made the best of it, including spending the afternoon with a long time family friend that we haven’t seen in more than twenty years. The day was capped with another amazing dinner of boeuf tartare, a bottle from Haut-médoc, […]
This is one of my favorite things about Paris! I love the lead gray roof tops with the rust red, terracotta chimney pots sticking up in the air. They go on and on and on to every vanishing point.
Mural of Je T’amie, Square Jean Rictus. Checked into our hotel in Paris, had a late lunch/early dinner of beouf tartare and now on a leisurely stroll in the 18th.