Sunday, 22 August 2010

Sunday Bridge Series: chez Marie-Antoinette

This small wooden bridge in Queen Marie-Antoinette's hamlet is a contribution to Sunday Bridge Series.
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Un petit pont de bois au Hameau de la Reine est ma contribution aux Ponts du Dimanche.
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Yesterday, my good friend Malyss was sweet enough to give me an award! She has two lovely blogs: Benches on my way and the very poetic Chronicles from the Shore. Merci m'dame !

27 comments:

joo said...

It's small but lovely:)

Elisa said...

It´s a beautiful small bridge!
Regards from Argentina
Elisa

T. Becque said...

I can picture the ladies now strolling along with parasols and jeweled gowns. (Is my picture correct?!) Lovely place and photo.

Ebie said...

Its a cute foot bridge. Nice angle shot!

EG Wow said...

Sweet wooden bridge.

Hilda said...

Charming!

Boom Nisanart said...

Wooden Bridge and a pretty cottage...What a lovely bridge on sunday !

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Sharon said...

What a wonderful contribution!

Randy said...

Another beautiful photo!

Tracy said...

Congrats on your award! You deserve it. Such a pretty place M.A. lived in.

LD said...

This has such a rich antiquated look - sort of what the buildings in my town aspire to be!

Small City Scenes said...

How nice to receive an award.. You deserve it.

The bridge is charming. MB

Luna Miranda said...

a romantic bridge, a lovely scene.

Ann said...

was she a loved queen?

Francisca said...

Here we have "charm" personified in a bridge. And congrat's Ciel!

Malyss said...

Il y avait une chanson d'Yves Duteil : "c'est un petit pont de bois".. La vraie Marie-Antoinette était là, pas dans les fastes de la cour..

VP said...

You have found a really lovely bridge, I like this hamlet everyday more!

JayLeigh said...

It's so very pretty!

BaysideLife said...

Very rustic looking. This hamlet just oozes charm and that bridge just beckons one to stroll.

Thérèse said...

Unpretentious and lovely.

Cezar and Léia said...

Ah, the haunts of Marie-Antoinette... The lady had an "interesting" part in sparking the Revolution, no? :)
God bless you!
Cezar

Clueless in Boston said...

Very nice little wooden bridge.

Birdman said...

A quaint shot of a quaint part of a town.

Carol said...

Beautiful! and peaceful...

Alain Alexandre said...

Toi tu es une romantique enfin je pense vue les clichés que tu mous fait voir. un coin ou tout et pose.Tu sais peut-être clo clo avais une somptueuse demeure dans l'Essonne, ou il avais un moulin; et oui nous sommes que de passage .

JM said...

Cute bridge in this lovely shot!

Kaori said...

Fantastic bridge! She really did have it all ;-D