Your photos are of exactly the same sort of things that catch my eye as well Maggie, lovely selection.
How wonderful to live in an area so full of interesting doors, windows, churches - well, just about every sort of thing that grabs my attention.
So beautiful! Such interesting and stunning things to see on a daily basis where you live. Pretty captures!
No words needed, just your wonderful observant eyes! Thanks for taking us along.
Beautiful pictures...you have captured my heart!XO,Jane
WH at a beautiful village, like most villages in France. I love the old buildings and doors and plants.Have a nice week
Lovely, Maggie. I'll take walks with you anytime. ;-)No words are needed with these beautiful images.
Interesting details captured.Very well frame and presented.
Especially love the first one, with that splash of color!
Beautiful pictures - thank you for making me remember the nice vacation(s) spent in Normandy.
Looks like my kind of place!
The church jumped out at me. I love the other photos of the little French village. One looks like a Roman bath but I think not. Thanks for sharing, Maggie. xo Jenny
Is this your village, Maggie? It's absolutely beautiful! I could fall in love with that in a heartbeat!
Wonderful pictures, Maggie! Such a pretty village.
Charming village - love the photos. Makes you want to stay there a long time! Linda
I missed your last post and would love to see the seaside in Normandy one day. But I also would have enjoyed the walk through this small village with you. Lovely Photos Maggie!
I missed your last post and would love to see the seaside in Normandy one day. But I also would have enjoyed the walk through this small village with you. Lovely photos Maggie!
Never met a French village I didn't fall in love with!Nothing like them anywhere else on this planet - it's the aging process, patina of shutters, oxidizing of metal, crumbling of walls, touches of untidiness adding to the flavor - yes, French villages win if you're into history.Love it all - happy week dear Maggie.Mary X
Maggie- these images are so beautiful-/ I think you captured the spirit of this lovely. No words are needed---Vicki
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