One bird rests and another keeps flying…
The sound of the plane reminded us that we had not traveled back in time….
I wondered what lay behind those (what I assume are) attic windows…
The shop windows were so tastefully decorated and so inviting, I ended up buying my first cliched souvenirs.
After the cathedral, we went for a stroll through petit France, the quaint old neighborhood of Strasbourg, pretty much untouched by most modern architectural blights. The ornate carved timber was a treat to behold, as were the window-sills stocked with bric-a-brac
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A street musician in Strasbourg. I loved the dog in the guitar case. 🙂 I tried to get the man to look at the camera and smile a little, but he refused to acknowledge my presence… I decided the dog was a little better as the model.
Nutwork – What most network channels have devolved to these days. Also many youtube channels.
And since I am fond of panoramic views (and slow-motion videos) to the point of weirdness, here’s one of the square outside Strasbourg cathedral.
A part of the Strasbourg carnival parade.