Either from below or above, the sights of the sites from the Eiffel Tower, the "eye sore" as the critics of the 19th Century liked to complain, remain inspiring. Perhaps, we should call the Tower the "eye soar" instead, as the views reach heights never contemplated before. Try to take photographs that might offer fragmentary views of the tower's profile to represent the whole... and take panoramic shots that zoom in on the lost and forgotten subject, the perspective that defies kitsch and cliché. Moreover, remember that your electronic-journal and the photos contained within should not center on you; Facebook provides us with the perfect venue for our narcissistic urge. This project should propel us away in fact from staring at ourselves in the pond.
BELOW, HOWEVER, A FEW INDULGENT PHOTOS OF STUDENTS AT CULTURAL VISITS TO SERVE AS A RECORD OF THE PAST BEFORE THOSE MEMORIES FADE FROM THE SCREENS OF OUR MINDS.
Article about UTB students who interned at UNESCO in Paris.