Thursday, September 14, 2017


Still lacking new photos, I'm posting another view from the Panthéon in Paris, this time in the building's crypt, under the main floor of the former church, where many luminaries of French history and culture are entombed. The light is not bright down there, there are multiple passages and chambers, and it's full of visitors (like me) wandering, looking, and taking photos.

The ceiling of the crypt. No tombs or tourists. May 2016.

We were supposed to have a lot of rain over night, but I don't think we got as much as was predicted (update: we got 15mm). The wind blew fairly strongly all day on Wednesday and into the night, but it seems to have calmed down now.


  1. Absolutely perfect symmetry! And tough lighting conditions. Bravo.

  2. Can't see date and time.

    I was at the Pantheon this summer, and we're so glad we went. I hadn't been since 1981, and didn't really remember how impressive it is.

  3. Yes, date and time showing up perfectly in red on my screen with the seconds ticking away.

  4. I can see the date and time when I click on the the grey bar.

  5. Nice framing--wonderful photo!

  6. Can't see date/time (tried 3 different browsers: IE, Chrome and Firefox).

    Nice photo!

  7. stuart, and some serious cropping!

    judy, and I think they did a fantastic job on the restoration.

    sheila, thanks! I still don't know why I can't see it.

    wilma, I did that and it worked... weird. But it doesn't stay that way if I close the window and reopen it.

    evelyn, is a puzzlement!

    ginny, thanks! I've been enjoying your lighthouses. Such talent!

    elgee, interesting...


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