Much can be abstract, an Eiffel Tower visit too.
Inspired from Paula’s Thursday’s Special this week “Abstract“
An abstract can be a short summary too – years ago, 1998 I guess
I have a business reason for being in Paris – from monday to friday
my son (at that time twelve years old) had school free that week
so he join my journey, his first visit in Paris – he was very excited.
A huge impressive experience for him – which he spoke a lot about
until a few days after returning home – when he read about a frenchman
which two days later, we were there – had jumped off the Eiffel Tower in parachute
by cheating all security checks – my son was annoyed, not seen it.
A short abstract of a five-day after all eventful story.
😆 your clever Drake-ness 😀 abstract as a summary but of course :D. Parachute escape – that would be a sight! 🙂 Thank you, Drake!
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I love the way that memories linger 🙂 Happy Thursday, Drake!
LOVE this splendid shot ….., and the test related , of course!
Oh, what a pity your son missed seeing the parachute man! My 9-year-old granddaughter went to Paris with her dad, and was very impressed with the experience. 🙂
Beautiful image! I think I will share the same feeling as your son in this case.. 🙂 Next time with better luck I hope!
An abstract indeed – love it! Thanks for playing along. You caught the intention of my challenge perfectly. 🙂
Nice – I would have been annoyed too. To have been there just 48 hours off of such a daring event. Oh well, you took another beautiful picture.
Lovely “abstract” ! 🙂