It’s not the most exciting image in the world, but I’m still honored to have a photograph of mine licensed and published alongside incredible photos of Notre-Dame. The image is of the  Gallo-Roman ruins from the Archaeological Crypt. The entryway to the crypt is on the far side of the courtyard in front of Notre-Dame. You descend the stairs and literally walk back into time as you go down. Yes, PARIS has been around for a very, very long time.

Notre-Dame de Paris book with photo of the Gallo-Roman ruins from the Archaeological Crypt by Terry Smith.
Notre-Dame de Paris book with photo of the Gallo-Roman ruins from the Archaeological Crypt by Terry Smith.
Notre-Dame de Paris book with photo of the Gallo-Roman ruins from the Archaeological Crypt by Terry Smith.
Notre-Dame de Paris book with photo of the Gallo-Roman ruins from the Archaeological Crypt by Terry Smith.