Thursday, February 28, 2013

Orange et ocre


On a gray drizzly day in Marly le Roi, the ochre walls and orange shutters brightened this quaint little town.

12 comments:

martinealison said...

On se croirait dans la ruelle d'un petit village...
Gros bisous

Starman said...

I could live there.

This is Belgium said...

c'est pas rouge mais c'est beau quand-même !

French Girl in Seattle said...

Sometimes it pays off to stray away from "La Capitale..." So much to see around Paris too... Wonderful shot. Veronique (French Girl in Seattle)

Jeanie said...

Despite the rain, those walls look warm and welcoming!

Mary said...

Like sunshine on a dark day! Wonderful. I love orange..

JoeinVegas said...

Lovely

Alexa said...

So inviting, V. If I can't live right in Paris, I'll happily take a place here in Marly (I have many fond memories of weekends spent in this little town).

Maryanne White said...

So charming, would be nice to
revisit in the autumn with the changing leaves

glenda said...

One of the many delights of visiting Paris are the villages and suburbs. I never have enough time. Great photo.

sukicart said...

Tres belle

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