The gr8ful grind

Let go of anger; It's an acid that eats away the delicate layers of your happiness

The reverse side has also its reverse side

Tuesday, October 18, 2011

Much of France is pretty flat. When Napoleon III visited the Alps, he was impressed. So to have the sense of height and the sense of nature, he commissioned Baron Haussmann to create Parc des Buttes Chaumont on what was then the outskirts of the city, importing all sorts of plants, trees and other vegetation, as well as creating rock mountains and earthen hills. This is the result. I loved the bridge on the left side of the photo, but didn't get over to fully examine the belvedere of Sybil out there on the fake-rock outcropping. Paris, France; September, 2011.


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