This is Musée d’Orsay. Its steel arch structure with glass arch ceiling casts amazing shadows on itself as the light filters through.
I was sucked into the small room filled with a loving passionate sea of red. Song of Songs is a set of five paintings depicting a man and a woman through different scenes.
In front of his bed hung a circular mirror, at the precise angle to capture the sunrise every morning through the eastern window!
I was exhilarated that we actually managed to fit in a day trip to Claude Monet’s hometown!
Indeed, there is a time for everything. Precisely as described by the Wheel of Fortune. Which is why it is so so so important to live in the present. Because the present really is a gift that life presents to us every single moment.