Sketching in Luxembourg Gardens
Pam Eddy and I attended the World Academy of Science, Engineering and Technology (WASET) International Conference on Higher Education yesterday. We each presented a paper. When the activities wound up, we headed out in different directions. Pam went to hear a lecture at UNESCO that she’s received a special invitation to attend and I went to study the architecture of Paris.
I sketched in the Luxembourg Gardens and in a church that I’d discovered two days before.
Pam and I met back up for dinner with Pam’s husband Dave. After dinner, we strolled through central Paris–discussing things we’d concluded about the city on our earlier explorations.
A discussion group at the conference, lead by Pam.
The Pantheon in Paris… feels like Rome.
Sketching in St. Etinnene du Mont church
Shannon Dave Pam pre-dinner
Dave Pam Shannon dinner
Passage Vivian by night
The interior of St. Eustache, in central Paris.
Stephanie Bossert Gupton, a friend from my days at Blacksburg High School who is now a professional photographer, responded to an image I posted on Facebook recently. She asked me to post more, so here’s a start (thanks to a decent internet connection and a day to relax in Paris).
This is a panorama taken inside Paris’ church of St. Eustache.
As you can see, I have a lot of fun with my iPhone!