Saturday, November 21, 2015

A Week and a Day after the Paris Massacre - Tourists are Few but Mourners Brave the Rain

Climbing the stairs in the Arc de Triomphe. Usually there is a line. Today, only a handful of people.

Hi-definition image looking straight down on the Eternal Flame and a few tourists

Arriving at the top of the Arc

Paris from the top of the Arc


Woman copy swaddled in a scarf and Kevlar at the Arc de Triomphe

Climbing the Eiffel Tower, looking out on Les Invalides

A few people ventured onto the Champ de Mars before it rained.

In front of La Belle Equipe cafe in the rain this afternoon

This woman tried to light a candle in the rain, then just held it next to her heart.

One of those killed at La Belle Equipe

The front door of the Comptoir Voltaire

A call for witnesses and a beautiful poem by a 17-year-old taped to the window of the Comptoir Voltaire

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