Just got a nice shout-out from my friend Dylan Rogers, classicist extraordinaire, on his blog https://dylankrogers.net.
He writes, “I started the month in Paris. This was my first visit to this majestic city, and I explored it with an old friend, Zoe Abrams, who has been there this past year, working for her own bookselling company, Zoe Abrams Rare Books. We had an amazing time exploring book markets, gardens, churches, and food. At the Jardin du Luxembourg, the Fontaine de Medici (1630) was a wonderful way entrée into thinking about modern water-displays…” Indeed it was great to see my old friend and learn about his research (on fountains). Thanks, Dylan!