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October 28, 2008

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Paris Parfait

Great photos, Nina. I have missed your blog. For ages, the link was broken and you never emailed me the new one. Today it worked! Hope all is well w/ you and yours and you had a lovely St. Nick's. Just back from the US visiting Jordana and now I have the flu! Sigh. xo

Richard Boles

Those roofs are what you call an enduring work of art. We're blessed that structures like those still exist to remind us what the human ingenuity and skill can achieve. I also love the rooftop garden on the right of the photo.

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