21.9.10

tuesday travels through a french window...

there is something about a french window that just makes me smile...
i love the shutters...the chippy paint...the linen curtains...

simple & inviting...
worn & loved...

these are the windows we lived alongside in our little french village in brittany...
oh it was hard to stop...
to stop staring longingly...
photographing constantly...
pulling off & throwing all of them in the back of the people mover...
















...just some tuesday travelling for you...
...enjoy...







14 comments:

  1. I DID enjoy....
    Thank you!
    Some things you
    just can't throw
    in your suitcase ~
    But we bring them
    home with us, just
    the same. Lucky you
    to be talented
    enough to take these
    gorgeous photos!
    xx Suzanne

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  2. oh every image there is just divine and so inviting...thank you for visiting me little space last night. Your adventures look amazing!

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  3. Thanks for the mini-trip. It is the detail of a place that makes it feel true, like you've been there.

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  4. Just beautiful!!!
    Love the nail box redo too. So cute and vintage and inviting!
    Thanks for helping with the passport project!
    Glad Sol can be involved!

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  5. sigh

    you transport me there every time!!!!

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  6. beautiful! the windows, the hinged shutters, the chippy paint, the stone...ahhhh....

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  7. Beautiful pictures... all left me wondering what's behind those windows? More beauty, I imagine! Lx

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  8. So beautiful...you make me want to jump on a plane.

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  9. Oh I can so understand an obsession with these beautiful windows. Especially that half open one with the greenery growing up and around. Gorgeous photos Melissa. xx

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  10. Those pix are gorgeous! I have a window and door fetish. I am on the constant prowl for the perfect door. I would love to photograph some of BSD's surfboards in those locations. I've been trying to find local spots that look weathered and worn to take some shots but I haven't come up with anything like that. *sigh*

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  13. Looking through your window can make you feel nostalgic and reminisce the old days. It can even bring you to some place without making a single step. Anyway, I like the pics. The French windows have always been dignified, and have classic ways to bring a strong sense of style to an entire room.

    Marla Hinds

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Thanks for taking a moment...x

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