Friday, November 16, 2012

Paris Rouge - Bibliotèque nationale de France


The Bibliotèque nationale de France Richelieu ( under renovation) is probably a place I wouldn't just wander into but my friend Peter knew better. I took one look at the awnings and knew I would enjoy what was inside. The bare branches against the neutral walls caught me eye as well.  I've made posts here and here of this visit. And I might just another.

11 comments:

Janey and Co. said...

I sure hope they don't replace that wonderful old latch!

Rosemary Nardone said...

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Kristie Franklin said...

What a beautiful photo, V! Pops of rouge always make me smile. :)

Have a happy weekend!

Katie Schwausch said...

Love this! Please, do post more about this lovely museum.

Alexa said...

You've captured so many aspects of this beautiful place, V. But like Katie, I want more!

Castles Crowns and Cottages said...

OH, ROUGE ROUGE ROUGE BIEN SÛR!

Virginie, it is so good to see you today! Oh Paris, what shall we do with her but to admire her always, for her long lasting appeal...ENJOY !! Anita

Starman said...

We preferred the BNF and our apartment was just across la rue.

Joe said...

I do like the circular windows in the attics of many French apartments.

Mary said...

I love the bright red and the neutral together! Gorgeous. I would have HAD to go in too..

Anne said...

Small details can make the day...you have such a good eye for them!

Anne said...

Small details can make the day...you have such a good eye for them!