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Tuesday, 1 September 2015

T Stands for France photos

I really shouldn't be here ….I have no time to sip my coffee today it's quick glugs and back to the painting but can't resist joining Bleubeard and Elizabeth for T Stands for Tuesday!

 I have some photos from our France trip - some of the more unusual views!


I very nearly bought one of these
Lovely reflections
Love this curtain fabric



There were other coloured trees in this square too

I loved this No Entry sign by the Kebab shop in Orleans!!
 Two exhibits from an exhibition of containers in Tours Cathedral


A bride on her way to her wedding



The above three were in shop windows

…and because we are here for T

Ladies Tea and Gentlemans coffee - in a shop window in Orleans.
The shop was shut and we never went that way again!I hope this will do in the absence of my own drink - back to the painting now!!

Thanks for looking, Chris

I still have lots more photos!!!

20 comments:

Bleubeard and Elizabeth said...

Chris, this is a PERFECT T post. I love it when people think outside the box. You don't have to drink anything, as long as there is some reference to a drink. And this is absolutely perfect. Sounds like I'm more a gentleman than a lady (grin). BTW, I love how you photo bombed yourself.

Thanks for sharing these beautiful photos of France, and the tea and coffee with us for T this week.

Robyn said...

blogging is my fav way to travel. lovely photos- so diverse!

~*~Patty S said...

OH what a delightful post...thank you for taking a painting break to share with us Chris.
Had to go back and look at all of your photos a second time. Such fun!
Happy T Day oxo

Valerie-Jael said...

Wonderful photos, so many gorgeous things to see. Those sardine tins....and just everything is beautiful. Happy T Day, hugs, Valerie

froebelsternchen Susi said...

All is sooo beautiful! Fantatsic photos Chris! Thank you for sharing!
Happy T-Day!
oxo
Susi

Helen said...

Gorgeous photos, Chris! You did look for - and find - the unusual.

chrissie said...

Such wonders you found to photograph. Great to see something so different

Love Chrissie xx

She King said...

Love your photos Chris....Wonderful. xxx

Linda Kunsman said...

loved all the pics Chris-thanks so much for taking us along and sharing your views of this beautiful country! Happy T day!

dawn said...

Hello and Happy T Day! WOW, these were so fun and beautiful and amazing! Thank you for sharing them, it's hard to pick a favorite, enjoyed them all. Have a great time painting today.

jinxxxygirl said...

Chris these photos really show that you are an artist. What an eye you have! Gorgeous photos. I'm so glad you shared them with us... Happy happy tday! Hugs! deb

Divers and Sundry said...

Vicarious travel! Love it! :)

johanna said...

thanks for taking us to this wonderful trip! happy t-day, Chris!

Craftymoose Crafts said...

Really enjoyed your post and wonderful photos! You have a very artistic eye for composition, and I loved seeing all the art you came across in shop windows! Happy painting!

butterfly said...

I really love your offbeat take here… such unusual individual moments and events captured… makes me feel as though I've been given a secret insight into the places. Fantastic, thank you.
Alison xx

Rita said...

Wow! Those are some unique and amazing photos. You have an eye for detail.
Happy T-Day!! :)

Lisca Meijer said...

I really really enjoyed all your photos. You have such a good eye for beautiful things.
Have a good week,
Blessings,
Lisca

Denise Price said...

You got such great photos on your trip. They made me feel like I was there, too. Thanks for sharing & happy T Day!

Dianne said...

I adore your photos! I am fascinated by the architectural details...and so cool to have trees colored pink! and I always like a good picture of a bride...you always wonder about the story... ;) happy T day a bit late!

Krisha said...

Belated T-day wishes, sorry I'm so late in returning your visit.

I REALLY enjoyed your photos, and I'm glad your shared them. I take a lot of photos of similar things, and most of my family wonders why.....LOL I LOVE architecture, the older the better. The reflections was awesome and the stacked chairs made me smile ( yes I would have taken that one too). The bride photo looks like it should be an advertisement in a magazine.....I could go on and on I enjoyed them so much.