That photo reminds me of the first time I went to Europe. Being from America meant there was nothing more than 200 years old. To see buildings that were new many hundreds of years ago was a real eye opener. Despite being taught otherwise in school, the US isn't the center of the universe after all. :)This is a beautiful photo.
I adore curved doorways and archways, and texture--so this photo is right up my alley! The pastel tones are also lovely. Not something I'd see in Atlantic Canada.
Nice shades of light yellow (ochre) and grey, the plants beside the door... It's the little details I appreciate so much. Simplicity is most complicated in fact ;-)
This photograph really speaks for itself ... so inviting ...
Love the simplicity of this shot, Loulou. And the earthy tones. Well done! Thanks so much for linking up at YSB today. I truly appreciate your participation! :)
Most definitely, and what a beautiful photograph this is!!Happy Sunday to you!
I echo the previous comments, the tones are really beautiful.
Great photos, definitely love the tones and textures! Great composition!
Bonjour Loulou:)It looks so south european. I miss there.
Simple composition, lovely image!
love this. going back over your recent posts: boy i wish my husband could say that to me! and i think i have that p. wells book but w/ a different cover. her recipes are NEVER FAIL DELICIOUS!
Beauty with a sense of security and graceHelen
Very pretty. It is so simple, but really shows the beauty of the area.
Thank you all for your lovely comments! I'm glad you enjoyed this photo and appreciate you taking the time to stop by. :)
This photo really talks for itself - such a beautiful shot. I miss those old buildings a lot.
CarolaThanks for taking the time to stop by and comment. Glad that you like the photo!
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