redlinedesign – wander collection: notre dame

October 20, 2014


I learned about Notre Dame as a young girl in Australia. I remember writing a report on Paris and visiting the library to look through encyclopedias to write my report. A few years later in the US I began French classes and learned a different perspective about this iconic cathedral. Later in college, I took a an architectural history course where we studied the church inside and out. I was smitten.

The day we visited was rainy and a dark glow inside lit each section of our visit. I hope to visit again one day.

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