Eiffel Tower, by Mojca Vilfan

I like how this is an upside-down perspective, but also from above. And — totally tangentially — the patterns in the sand remind me of: the story of Jesus and the Woman Caught in Adultery; the propensity of elephants (at least bored zoo elephants) to pick up sticks with their trunks and doodle in the dust; and, bringing it back home, Andy’s elegant description of the ever-widening circle of bare earth made by his kids’ dragging feet beneath the swing in his yard.


“Eiffel Tower, Paris,” by Mojca Vilfan :: via Intelligent Travel

Originally published at culture-making.com.

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