It’s almost Thanksgiving! Today is all about resting up for the big day of eating.
I’ve talked before about how I love traveling and I recently started following Earth Pics on Twitter. I’m not sure who maintains this account, but they post some really cool pictures. Recently I came across this picture:
This is a picture of the underside of the Eiffel Tower at night. It’s such an incredible photo for so many reasons. I love that it’s an unexpected angle of something really familiar, and I also really like photos that are taken straight up – I think they offer such an interesting perspective. After some Internet searching, I discovered the Flickr account of the woman who took this, CurlGirl1. From her profile, I’ve determined she’s German and that she takes really incredible photos. I encourage you to check out her pictures because they are all truly amazing. She is an extremely talented photographer.
In the mean time, here’s a picture I took in Notre Dame last year. The ceilings in that building are fantastically high and beautiful, and I really wanted to capture the feeling of space above you. (And like I said, I really like pictures taken straight up.)
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