Welcome to Monday Window – a photographic challenge hosted by photographer/blogger, Ludwig Keck.
This week my windows are from Southern France, in particular Cannes, Hyeres and Nice. I was drawn to photograph them because of the wonderful colours of the buildings and shutters. I hope you like them.
This last one was taken a few years ago at the Nice Carnival just before the start of the ‘Battle of Flowers’.
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4 thoughts on “Monday Window – Southern France”
I do like them. They absolutely look the part.
Wonderful photos! I like the variety of shutters. What made me wonder was the rather skinny houses in the second Cannes photo. They seem to be just one window wide. I might have trouble fitting into those small rooms. What I can’t figure out is how they get from floor to floor. There doesn’t seem to be room for stairs. Mysteries.
I love those windows, especially the colourful buildings; I would have been tripping over and bumping into people, too busy looking up and snapping!
You can get carried away taking snaps of buildings there!! I think it’s something to do with the special light on the Cote d’Azur
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