Friday, 20 March 2009

Le Petit Trianon : acte I, scène II

Yesterday, I started a short series of le Petit Trianon. Before we step inside, here's a view of the chapel...
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Hier fut le début d'une courte série sur le Petit Trianon. Avant d'y pénétrer, voici une vue de la chapelle...

13 comments:

Hilda said...

To have your own chapel! Wow.

The gates yesterday were beautiful! Looking forward to the rest of your photos of this lovely "small" estate.

Catherine said...

Tu fais bien de la montrer, parce que je ne me souviens pas l'avoir remarquée lors de mes visites.
Sommes en stand-by pour la suite de la visite : )

Olga said...

Joining Catherine in standing-by for the rest of the trip :) thanks for taking us there.

Nancy said...

I can't wait to see what is inside.

Bon weekend!

JM said...

I like the roof and small 'tower'. Let's go inside, I want to see what Louis gave Madame! :-)

Marguerite-Marie said...

quelques billets de retard mais je viens de les voir et je trouve qu c'est toujours très intéressant. à bientôt dans notre découverte du chateau. kenavo

m_m said...

I like it! Nice photo!

Jacob said...

This is nice, CQ. You're giving us views that we can't normally see. I think it's interesting that while the word petit is used (and it IS petit compared to the palace) it is such a large complex...

Did you see the more recent Marie Antoinette movie?

Jacob said...

Me, again...it was a 2006 movie with Kirsten Dunst.

Lois Anne and I thought it was a great show; loved every minute of it!

Cezar and Léia said...

I love Chapel pictures, always beautiful!
Lovely blue in this picture as well!
Have a wonderful weekend!
God bless you
Léia

Tammie Lee said...

What a lovely day you had. The light on the green tree trunks, the blue sky, all make a beautiful image!

Virginia said...

You know we are talking about visiting your area this summer when we are in Paris. This may have sealed the deal! I'm like JM, LEt's go in!
V

Jackie said...

It looks like a very peaceful place! How lovely to have your own chapel :)