Monday, April 9, 2012

Lierre et lanternes


Even in January, Paris is dressed fit to kill!

15 comments:

Glamour Drops said...

And just that little touch of green makes all the world of difference.

martinealison said...

Il est presque normal de voir une aussi belle façade tout près d'"EDEN"... Un véritable paradis parisien!...
Gros bisous

Peter Olson said...

Some of the green reamins the year around, but of course especially the nice street-lamps! :-)

Vreni said...

Very nice capture!! I love greened up windows, especially French windows with their wrought-iron decorations, and lanterns.

Daryl Edelstein said...

pretty light

This is Belgium said...

you know what is funny ? flowers which seem to freeze in winter in brussels, survive in paris.. how do you explain that? could they be plastic like your red bench?

Cezar and Léia said...

The inclination of this picture (and the wall itself?) is quite interesting...
God bless you!
Cezar

Kris said...

Somehow, Paris always seems to look great in any month. I love how the ivy trails down the window boxes. Great photo!

Harriet said...

You are pretty well along in proving that there is not a 'bad' month to see Paris. She's beautiful all year long.

Jack said...

I am surprised that ivy is thriving [sic] in January. I would have thought that Paris gets cold enough winters to scald it.

Owen said...

Can't ever have enought lanterns... !

Alexa said...

Toujours, ma chere -- and you capture her so beautifully!

Louis la Vache said...

Your images of Paris make «Louis» wish he once again lived there...

Leif Hagen said...

I love the hanging plants adding green to the facade!
Bon mardi 'a toi, V de B!

Ms. K @ Write On Thyme said...

Love the windows in Paris! Always look forward to what you have coming next!