Day 224: Something Beautiful—Leonardo’s Last Home

Something Beautiful is a self-imposed initiative to find a visual feast for each day of a year.

Paris. Paris in  a month. Close enough to lure my visions away from Alaska. A pattern seems to be emerging in this last chapter of my life. Always be within the orb of an adventure—either planning it, living it, or remembering it—and begin again. I am grateful to be weaning myself of the last frontier. If I did not have Paris to anticipate, I would certainly grieve those vistas too large to imagine.

Now I think of the architecture in Paris that rivals Alaska’s scale in a different kind of beauty. Exquisite buildings. Searching for treasures like Ste. Chappelle, I came across this image by David Constanti. St. Hubert Chapel. Located in Amboise (France) contains the tomb of Leonardo Da Vinci. Splendid composition and uniquely beautiful — Composition splendide et d’une beauté unique.

amboise_-_chapelle_st._hubert

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About vbassoc

Donna Van Bogaert is a researcher and consultant in the field of cognitive styles, health communication, and organizational communication and behavior. Her business, Van Bogaert & Associates, Inc., specializes in cognitive-based coaching, management consulting, and leadership development. When the winds are blowing her way, she travels and talks about workplace potential and creative problem solving. In another life, Donna sings jazz. For a very long time, she fronted two 18-piece big bands —All That Jazz (Madison, WI) and The Gardenia Big Band (Rockford, IL). She currently resides in Cincinnati, Ohio where, in a third parallel universe, she leads a media branch of a national research institute. Mostly she has returned to painting, poetry, and plotting the next chapter of her life.
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