Fascinating: At the Guédelon medieval construction site in central France, builders are reconstructing a 13th century castle using only the technologies and materials that were available at the time. Hand-quarried stone cut with hand-forged tools, treadwheel cranes, etc.
A deserted Parisian street on a gloomy November day, years ago. I stumbled on it again while looking for my photos of Notre Dame from the same trip, and I actually like this shot better than any of the ones I took of the cathedral. The lack of scaffolding probably helped!
On the same roll, I found this shot of a deserted Parisian street on a gloomy November day. I really like the way this one came out for some reason.
Part 35: Jumper
After Javert helps Valjean take Marius home, Javert allows him to walk inside for a moment, then…
When I got into the chapters of Les Miserables set in Paris, I was really hoping I’d be able to use some photos from the one time I visited the city. Unfortunately, just about everything I took pictures of was too modern. I was able to use this shot of a bridge over the Seine, though, and I think when run through a vintage filter it looks appropriate enough to the 1800s setting.