Friday, 25 September 2009

Rue Jouvencel

A look down Jouvencel street.

20 comments:

Vogon Poet said...

The temptation to Italianize the name is irresistibile...

Jacob said...

Impressive. Neat, and clean, with a shapely configuration. Seeing all of your Versailles photos, I'm sorry we didn't get a chance to visit ... came to the palace by bus, did our thing and left again for Paris...

Some day! This is a fine composition, Ciel!

Your EG Tour Guide said...

What a nice view of this part of town. I see a shadow on the street, so I'm guessing the road is a north-south one. I bet there are times when it's tough to find a parking space!

Sharon Van Lieu said...

How interesting. Are the streets brick?

Sharon

Natural Moments said...

One can just feel how busy history has been here.

Small City Scenes said...

An interestin view of a street with tall buildings. MB

cieldequimper said...

VP you really made me laugh! ;-)

Olivier said...

l'immeuble au fond est superbe, j'aime cette couleur.

cieldequimper said...

@ Sharon: no, it's just the colour of the asphalt. I've never asked myself why until now :-) and don't know how the colour is obtained.

Olivier said...

"jouvencel" j'ai un trou (jouvencelle, jouvenceau), je vois pas bien qui c'est, j'ai cherche sur Internet et j'ai rien trouvé ?

cieldequimper said...

@ Olivier : moi non plus.

ΝΕΦΕΛΕΣ said...

nice view :))

Cezar and Léia said...

A beautiful street to walk around and stop in some charming café!
Great perspective,
Have a nice weekend dear Ciel,
Léia

Cergie said...

A walk down memory lane...
Ce pourrait être un paysage urbain universel.
J'aime bien ces rues qui ondoient même à Versailles, même à Paris.

Unseen Rajasthan said...

Nice shot and very beautiful !!Unseen Rajasthan

paulboo said...

And a lovely street it is too!!

B SQUARED said...

I love the lamp posts on the left. Very unusual.

Halcyon said...

Nice street scene. I like the shadows and the sky. The colors seem so saturated and vivid.

PERBS said...

It makes me wonder what that building is in the back of the photo. . . I like the depth of the shot!

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tapirgal said...

I love the old building on the left - and those top-floor windows! Very cool!!!