An X-ray tube produces photons which are funnelled into the circular container to the right which contains a crystal.
This statue in the centre of town commemorates the building of walls to protect Grenoble’s people from flooding. The snake represents the water and the lion the city.
The iconic cable cars take visitors up to le bastille.
The view from my residence after one of many summer storms to sweep across the valley.
The European Synchrotron (ESRF) and The Institut Lau-Langevin (ILL) can been seen nestled between L’Isere and Le Drac rivers in the upper right of the picture.
We journey up to Le Bastille. A street shows the typical grass adorned tramlines.
The protective dome of the ILL test reactor.
My beloved Metro Vélo rented bicycle can be seen in the foreground. Grenoblians had a love for the outdoors the city was extremely bike friendly.
I spent much of my time in this park, the Tour Perret can be seen illuminated in blue.
The boarder of the old town can clearly be seen from the red tiled roofs of its buildings.
A class photo in the grounds of an art museum.