After carrying my Daily Bulletin around Europe and photographing myself or being photographed, it’d be wasted effort if I didn’t share more shots. You already saw me at the Sherlock Holmes Museum and with The Thinker. Here I am at the Notre Dame Cathedral, at left, and at the famed Shakespeare and Company bookstore, both in Paris.
The bookstore dates to 1951, and as for the Notre Dame, did you know it was finished in 1345 (!) and slated for demolition until Victor Hugo (author of “The Hunchback of Notre Dame,” among other novels) rallied Parisians to save it?
But no matter how picturesque or significant the backdrop, I only have eyes for my Daily Bulletin. And like a movie star with a bad facelift, I am perpetually surprised by our ONT headline.