Mobilis in Mobile

“Mobilis in Mobile.”

(Jules Verne ,”Twenty Thousand Leagues Under the Sea” published in 1869)

This image is using Nemo’s motto “mobilis in mobile” which means “mobile in a mobile element” in order to link those pictures about gothicism which are becoming the site of many extraordinary voyages in a hot-air balloon filled with hydrogen.

This is a side view of the Cathedral of Notre Dame in Paris.

Watch “Mobilis In Mobile” a video by L’Affaire Louis Trio, a popular french group:

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