Paris in the winter can get very cold and very damp. Sometimes it even snows, thankfully not very often.
You can walk by the same location many times and not fully see all that is there. When the leaves have fallen, the usual becomes the unusual, and it is as if you have never seen that place before
I had not really looked at this part of St. Pierre until coming here after a light snowfall. The seal on the wall is not easily noticed by someone walking along this path except in winter.
This was taken on the same morning as "Dimanche Matin"
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