When I came up with the pattern, I sent it to Linda Farmer for consideration for publication in her excellent website http://tanglepatterns.com. I wrote:
I was thinking about how experiences and places and DREAMS OF places can affect our art. One of my dream destinations is Paris. I looked at photos of the Eiffel Tower, and wondered how to include that in my Zentangles. (yes, I have tried Y-Ful Power, but I’m not so good at that one) I have been using a number of patterns that utilize the “rice shapes” lately, and got to playing with those. I started with parallel lines, added rice shapes and half-moon shapes, and surprise, up popped the little towers! It’s very easy for those of us who are fairly new Tanglers. It can be used as a border or as a fill. I’d love to see how others would use the pattern.
Linda did publish it with a very nice description, and I was so very honored! So once again, I will put this forward for your consideration, and would absolutely love to see how all you creative Tanglers would use this pattern.