Wednesday, November 24, 2010

I adore the detail....






I found this building today & fell in love with all its detail....the shaped balconies, corbels, windows.....the shutters!!! It was such a delight to see....so much detail in a relatively small building, they seemed to have had it all!....I love it!!!
But what's not to love about Paris!

12 comments:

Jennifer said...

I love buildings and detail like this too! This building and your phtos are especially gorgeous! Thanks for sharing! Happy Thanksgiving, Jennifer jennsthreegraces

rosanna said...

Hi dear, I have done the daisies !!! Yesterday afternoon even though I was pretty tired and my eyes nearly betrayed me. But I did it ! tell Pascale that her kits are the best ! definitely well explained and readable even by a non French reader like I am. Now I'll give myself some rest.
No, it isn't true, I'm preparing a giveaway for tonight. Come and see in a few hours.

Catherine said...

It is just BEAUTIFUL!

Someday... I would LOVE to make some of that French ironwork. It would be great fun and go really fast too.

Susanne said...

I know what you mean, I could go on taking pictures for hours and hours, and it´s always surprising what you see, when you look up from the street ,-)
Love, Susanne

Linda Carswell said...

Yes Susanne....Paris is viewed best when looking up...although it certainly pays to watch where you are putting your feet..lol!....if you know what I mean!

Linda x

hannajaleijona said...

Oh yeah, real eye candy here. I wonder would one become blind for the details living in a building like that. I don't think so really. Thank you for sharing!

Hanna

Linda said...

ooooooooooo fabulous and great inspiration :D Linda x

chateaudelille said...

You find such magnificense.I love it!

Daydreamer said...

Linda, it is such pleasure to see the Paris you're seeing! I love architecture and Paris has some of the best. But you are definitely spotting the beautiful details! Thanks for sharing!

Norma said...

Soooooo beautiful Linda, I can't get enough of the wrought iron balconies.

Ha ha, mind where you step ;)

Margaret said...

I would love to have a go at making one of those iron balcony railings!

Debbie said...

Beautiful Photography Linda. You are certainly enjoying your time in Paris..xxx