We think these are an interesting pair of pictures - and together symbiotically enhance each other. Although they really only became a pair in retrospect. The first of the pair is:
The view, if unfamiliar, is from the roof of La Basilique du Sacré Coeur de Montmartre - one of the higher spots in Paris. It took a degree of faith to head up there on a day of evidently reduced visibility - but we think it has paid off admirably.
The second piece answers the dual questions of:
a - what sort of thought pops to the front of your mind if you read too much Nietzsche?
b - if I were over there looking back, what would I see?
Moving between the two allowed the weather to change a little (especially since 'Butte Montmartre' was made some four years later on a trip specially scheduled to allow making this Art). We think the difference makes the pair all the better.
At HQ, our versions are sepia-toned. The operations director likes that look so much that no-one else is allowed to have it — unless you ask very, very nicely indeed (POA).