Friday, March 14, 2014

detail, detail, detail....





....did I mention detail??? I took these photos just prior to Christmas last year...(in Paris of course). I loved the colour of the building and (as I said) the "detail".....the balcony, the corbels, the iron work, the round windows.....everything in fact.
I included the photo of the man who walked into my shot, I was not happy that he stepped into my photo...but once back at our little apartment and I had time to view what I had taken that day, I was pleased that he did.....it gives you perspective of the scale of these wonderful building and the size of the corbels.....(far bigger than a man)! Enjoy Lx.......sigh!!!

10 comments:

12Create said...

Just fabulous. Love every inch of it.

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Simon said...

Just lovely, Linda x

Pepper Mitcheson said...

The masonry decoration of the building is wonderful, but I just love those railings. Thank you for sharing the photos =0)

Jennifer Hatt said...

Wonderful Shots, i hope i can one day visit some of the beautiful spots you have been too.

Jenn

Steinworks said...

thank you for sharing your photos I LOVE the details :)

Hugs
Marisa

PS that guy is kind of cute too

Catherine said...

I know how hard you try to have people free photos. I am so glad this man is in the picture. I have no idea until now of the scale. Thank you for sharing them

miniacollection said...

Great details, I love the balcony.
Geneviève

Elizabeth S said...

It certainly make you marvel at the skills of the builders and the original designer of this structure! We think that we are so advanced today and yet here is something that was constructed in giant size and built to last using a more primitive technology that what we have today. Fascinating and Beautiful.

elizabeth

Daydreamer said...

Wonderful pictures! Gorgeous details! It is such a pleasure to see all these places you photographed, Linda... almost as good as being there! I agree that it is very useful to see the scale of the building! I Never would have thought those brackets were that large!
(P.S. I though the same as Marisa! LOL!)