"The light is really harsh, let's shoot Notre Dame content when we come back in a few months."
I thought this photo turned out alright, but I wasn't about to post it. Better wait for that next time, when it's all just perfect, right?
Or perhaps not.
Everyone is heartbroken, confused and hurt. So am I. And I selfishly kept thinking "Well, if Notre Dame can get destroyed so quickly, how exactly fragile is any of us?"
After being down for quite a bit, I realised we're not fragile at all. We are going to be here forever. All of this is forever. Notre Dame is forever.
As long as there is at least one of us to tell the stories, it is all forever. ❤️ ...
Notre Dame. This Paris cathedral devastated by ferocious blaze today. Spire of centuries-old landmark destroyed after flames burst through the roof.
Flames burst through the roof of the cathedral – one of France’s most visited places – and quickly engulfed the spire, which collapsed.
Built in the 13th century, the medieval cathedral is considered a feat of architecture as much as a religious symbol. It is one of Paris' most popular attractions, drawing an estimated 13 million visitors a year.
"Paris without the cathedral is not Paris anymore" someone said...
We are sad. ...
The majority of the population of Medieval Europe didn’t have the ability to read. As a result, stained glass became the “book” of the people. Stained glass was used to tell the biblical stories of the Bible to the masses as a substitute form of education ...