Posts Tagged ‘French architecture’

I suppose if you live in France, the architecture doesn’t seem as interesting as it does to me, a visitor from a place where older homes might have been built within the last century.  Of course styles are distinctly different as well.  As a member of Thursday Doors, I find that I have to remember to include photos that aren’t just doors.  🙂  But I managed to do it (although I won’t tell you how many doors photos I have.  You’ll have to tune in on Thursdays to see them.)

This house with its blue accents and gate and beautiful balconies caught my eye immediately.  (Why “caught my eye” when you hopefully have two?  Just wondering.)

© janet m. webb

By crossing the street, I could peek into the sort-of-secret-garden.  Despite the drought, it looks pretty good to me.

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