Posted on November 9, 2020
Quite a contrast in the state of repair of the windows – not to mention the roofs – of these adjoining buildings in the Place Collègiale in Le Dorat.
As I recall, that boulangerie did a mean pain aux raisins.
#MondayWindow 9 November 2020
Category: Windows Tagged: #MondayWindow, Boulangerie, Le Dorat, Rooftops, shutters, Windows
Posted on September 7, 2020
In the small village of Sainte Radegonde, people value their privacy, and protect it with the ubiquitous wooden shutters and lace curtains.
#MondayWindow 7 September 2020
Category: Windows Tagged: #MondayWindow, Lace, shutters, Ste Radegonde, Windows
Posted on July 13, 2020
High up in a wall in the unrestored part of the Abbaye de la Reau is this unassuming little window with shutters of an unusual – or at least very old – design.
#MondayWindow 13 July 2020
Category: Windows Tagged: #MondayWindow, Abbaye de la Reau, shutters
Posted on February 24, 2020
Q: When is a window not a window?
A: When it used to be one.
This outbuilding of one of the usually unoccupied houses here in Tranquility Base has seen a lot of re-purposing over the years. The shuttered window obviously used to be a door and there are the phantom vestiges of two other windows.
#MondayWindow 24 February 2020
Category: Windows Tagged: #MondayWindow, Monday Window, shutters, Tranquility Base, Windows
Posted on December 16, 2019
I spotted this charming little window, with its photogenic freshly-painted shutters, in the town of Aubusson.
#MondayWindow 16 December 2019
Category: Windows Tagged: #MondayWindow, Aubusson, Monday Window, shutters, Windows
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Posted on September 27, 2017
This essentially unexciting window in the centre of the town of Aubusson comes to life thanks to its freshly-painted, vibrant red shutters.
Weekly Photo Challenge: Windows
Category: Weekly Photo Challenge Tagged: Aubusson, iPhone photography, Red, shutters, Weekly Photo Challenge, weeklyphotochallenge, Windows
Posted on May 5, 2017
These shutters cover a window in one of the turrets of the Chateau des Ducs, in the French city of Nantes. Also includes S for stonework and seats.
Cee’s Black & White Photo Challenge: S or T
Category: Black & White Tagged: Black & White, Cee's Black & White Photo Challenge, Chateau des Ducs, Nantes, shutters
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