More Structure: At the Louvre

The structure of living things, the intricacy of our own bodies, even the components of human-made technology; all can be sources of wonder.

— Jen H., The Daily Post

  • Stairwell, the Louvre (Even a lowly stairwell is capable of stunning, if one remembers to look UP)

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  • The Main Courtyard of the Louvre (Self liked this picture because it emphasizes the relationship between the glass pyramids and the stately buildings)

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  • Winged Victory of Samothrace (Self took so many pictures of just this one piece, but this is the one that showed most of the ceiling)

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