Paris, France

19 Sep

“The monastery dates back to the first half of the 13th century and has been reincarnated as the College des Bernardins, a  center dedicated to research, contemporary art exhibits and performances, meetings and debates in addition to theological education.   We found it on the way home from a botanical garden, not having noticed it before. It has just been cleaned and renovated, its formerly dark, soot and dirt smudged skin replaced by a rich rosy beige color.

The characters in my novel visit Paris in the mid-1800s and would have gone to a place like this.  For more about the novel,  a  romance with Victorian feminist themes, go to Margaret of the North ! ”

toemail, toes, feet, photography, Paris, France


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