I love doors that lean. Although when I go back through some of the photos, I do wonder if it’s me, or is that door is actually leaning? Maybe too many glasses of French Wine? Not possible! It’s always the door that leans!
I loved the muted colours of this beautiful French Town in Provence. Even though it was hot that day, there was a feeling of calm and softness to the place. The stone buildings of Gordes snuggle into cliffs. When you get up to the very top of the village there is a fabulous view out across fields, forests, and villages, drenched in Provençal light all the way to the Montagne du Luberon. Magnificent!
that is funny about the leaning and French wine = well both seem to settle with age – buildings and wine…. oh I dunno – but great capture – and the little heart swirl decor are unusual… 🙂
:-). I loved the little decorations above the door! I just fell in love with France. ( usually it’s Paris) I hope I go back one day and spend a year there! For right now I will have to be content and just read, A Year In Provence. Haven’t yet!
wellt hat sounds like a good book – and my sister and her husband got back form a Europe trip and they actually said their time in Paris was too long. I had to shake my head and say, “what did you say?” – ha! but I guess they just liked Italy more – but I could handle a year there- oh yeah!
let me know w3hat you think of the book… when you get to it!
To wind down 2014 – I made a page with some “photofunia” images – and here is one for u:
I love it!!
have a great night… 🙂
Oh I loved this!!!!
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