Day 276: Something Beautiful—St. Sulpice

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

In Paris, our host Jean-Pol, sent us along the Rue Bonaparte with promises of several architecturally important churches. St. Sulpice was the first on his list. The cathedral is second only to Notre Dame as the largest church in Paris. Owning a storied history, it is most widely known today for its references in Dan Brown’s book, The DaVinci Code. The inside is magnificent but so is the courtyard outside. A great work of art in its own right and given to fantastic photographic angles of beauty even on grey days—a study in neutrals.


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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