Like A Picture in a Frame

Sometimes the windows in museums are just as picturesque as the paintings on the walls.

The top floor of the Picasso museum in Paris offers up the city past its curly metal railings.117.windows.2015aIf you pause on the checkered marble landing before descending one of the side staircases at the Louvre, these lines await you.
117.windows.2015b 117.windows.2015cOh, those Haussmannian buildings.

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4 thoughts on “Like A Picture in a Frame

    • Oh yes, I love the French roofs with their smattering of chimneys.

      And agreed that the windows aren’t always practical— especially when you have windows that open inward and curtains (which is usually the case) so that you have to open the curtains all the way in order to open the windows.

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