A long time ago, I realized that I have an endless fascination with roofs. Please note that, at the same time, I am terrified of heights. Luckily, I don't need to crawl down the roofs, dying of fear - I can just photograph them from a safe distance. Over the years, I have gathered an extensive collection of roofs. However I hope my mother will never know how I managed to get a shot of some of them.
Thanks to the Internet, I have managed to meet this wonderful lady - Dolly's Art of Daydreaming
We have decided to create a collaborative post about France. Not just about France in general, but about our specific impressions - in my case, of roofs, and, in her case, of windows. We also decided to add a few things of our choice. I think we have managed to put together an exciting walk, although that's really up to you to decide.
This weekend, a lot of different things happened. I learned so much new information, and interesting events just wouldn't stop happening. I took part in the Toronto event called Doors Open, so, in a short bit of time, you will see what happens inside a Masonic Temple; in a beautiful ruined hall that had seen the Queen Mother and John Lennon and Yoko Ono; the first tiny post office in Toronto; the view from the 54th floor of a famous bank designed by Ludwig Mies van der Rohe.