Gargoyle of the Notre Dame Cathedral

The answer to our Sunday Teaser – Found on the Notre Dame de Paris, this is a gargoyle – normally going unnoticed by visitors – created as both decoration and to serve a useful purpose.
Congrats to nataliescarberry for getting the correct answer another time!
Learn more; www.eutouring.com/images_gargoyles_notre_dame.html

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3 thoughts on “Gargoyle of the Notre Dame Cathedral”

  1. As an amateur photographer, I’m always looking for a good angle or details. In so doing I look up and down and all around before I take photos. That’s why I often notice details that go unobserved by others. Also when I studied French in school, we learned all about Notre Dame. Thanks for letting me guess each week. It’s always a challenge to try to figure out what choose to put up. However, this one I got the minute I saw it as I have similar photos in my archives. Have a great week. 🙂 ❤

    1. It’s always a good trait to look around – you see some unusual things, and something we have noticed with many photographers! And it’s greatly appreciated for your time in guessing every week, it always makes us wonder if you’ll be able to get the correct answer every time. Have a great week as well! 🙂

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