Shoes Across Europe: A Photo Essay

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Check out these photos taken by Sarah Hull from her Jan Term “Travel Writing Across Europe.”

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The Abbey of Mont St. Michel in Normandy, France

Monks' Cafeteria in Abbey of Mont St. Michel

Monks’ Cafeteria in Abbey of Mont St. Michel

Streets in the Town of Mont St. Michel

Streets in the Town of Mont St. Michel

The Louvre in Paris, France

The Louvre in Paris, France

Outside of the Louvre at Night

Outside of the Louvre at Night

In the Catacombs of Paris

In the Catacombs of Paris

In the Shakespeare & Co. Bookstore

In the Shakespeare & Co. Bookstore

A Coffee House in Vienna, Austria

A Coffee House in Vienna, Austria

A Viennese Church

A Viennese Church

Waiting at the Children's Railway in Budapest, Hungary

Waiting at the Children’s Railway in Budapest, Hungary

The Buda Hills

The Buda Hills

Heroes' Square in Budapest

Heroes’ Square in Budapest

Ruins of a Holy Roman Amphitheater in Hungary

Ruins of a Holy Roman Amphitheater in Hungary

1 Comment on "Shoes Across Europe: A Photo Essay"

  1. Tuxedo Mask | February 6, 2014 at 4:15 pm |

    A compelling, introspective series regarding the debilitating nature of shyness, social anxiety, and loneliness. When surrounded by the vastness of the world, its newness and oldness, one can’t help but to turn inward. It is a photocompilation that truly reflects the overwhelming fear (of others, of change, of homesickness)that accompanies one, at home and abroad.

    What drives this photo essay home is the informative captions below each image, letting the viewer know, without letting the viewer see, what great landmark/setting/tourist location surrounds the photographer. It does not matter what greatness there is; when one has such trepidation, the solution is to avoid eye contact, watch your feet, and move forward.

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