Today’s Pic du Jour, the 96th (!) straight, was taken from atop the Eiffel Tower which sits in the center of Parque Simon Bolivar in Sucre, Bolivia. It looks nothing like the Parisian landmark, isn’t nearly as tall, is much more rickety but was in fact designed by Gustav Eiffel.
It’s about 16 meters tall meaning that about the only views it provides are of Sucre’s biggest park. It’s not terribly attractive nor was it meant to be. Shipped from France in 1908, for its first 16 years it functioned as a weather station until it was moved to the park in 1925 where it’s been since. [Sucre Life has more about the park.]
On Top is the theme for this week’s WordPress Photo Challenge. I’d like to think that these will be the only images taken from atop Sucre’s Eiffel Tower.