Vienna, Austria, taken on January 16, 2014
I went to St. Marx cemetery to see Mozart’s resting place on a chilly, misty morning in Vienna. No one else was around, and the silence was so piercing that it was even a bit creepy. Yet something lingered in the air that gave the atmosphere a mysterious sense of serenity and beauty as I walked through rows and rows of graves and tombstones. May your souls rest in peace.
Prague, Czech Republic, taken on December 25, 2014
In front of the Prague Castle, two fearless guardians stand in the shadows to watch over the visitors and protect them from impending doom.
Colleague Florence once said that these sculptures are symbols of Louvain-la-Neuve, since they are placed so prominently where they’d probably be the first thing you see upon exiting the train station. They once disappeared mysteriously, but reappeared after a few days.