Wednesday, 9 March 2011

Wednesday Doorway: avec vue

With a view into the courtyard. The French pavilion is on Artsy Versailles today. Oh and another thing: for quite a while now, I've been amongst the people who have problems with updates on their dashboard: I can't scroll down the updates. I have to search for your blogs manually and would like to apologise in advance should I miss one of your posts until Blogger gets this problem sorted.
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Le pavillon Français du Petit Trianon est sur Artsy Versailles aujourd'hui. Ah et autre chose : depuis quelques temps, je fais partie des infortunés qui ont un problème avec leur tableau de bord Blogger : je ne vois pas les mises à jour. Aussi je dois chercher vos blogs manuellement et vous prie de m'excuser si ici ou là je rate un de vos billets d'ici à ce que Blogger parvienne à résoudre le problème...

31 comments:

andrew1860 said...

I love this it's almost like a bulls eye!!!

andrew1860 said...

I'm having problems uploading photo's!

Olivier said...

on a envie d’être curieux et regarder a travers la fenêtre ;)) COUCOU

Jacob and Lois Anne said...

One of the things I liked so much about Paris was the courtyards...talk about gated communities! :-)

Blogger seems to be having some sort of fit that expresses itself in various ways among various blogs! Blogger dropped all the thumbnails on our blogs for awhile, but it looks like they're back now!

Kay L. Davies said...

A very beautiful door, with a lovely view!
Blogger is giving me trouble when I try to post a comment. It tells me some nonsense about cookies, so I try again, immediately, and it is fine. Maybe Blogger is getting "blogged down"!!
-- K

Kay, Alberta, Canada
An Unfittie's Guide to Adventurous Travel

Randy said...

Nice view! Funny I am having problems getting into some blogs. Have a wonderful Wednesday!

akarui said...

Joli cette porte avec le miroir reflechissant.
Blogger subit sans doute quelques changements qui seront j'espere utiles.

SRQ said...

Nice door and view...well done. Darn Blogger! I'll appreciate your visits even more. : )

Jack said...

It is a handsome door, with warm and aged wood.

Leif Hagen said...

What a solid, historic, handsome door! Just think about the people who have used that door!

T. Becque said...

This has such a nice feel to it, very beautiful door and peek into another beautiful view.

Magpie said...

I love looking through at the courtyard beyond and all the promise it holds. :)

Thirtytwo degrees said...

Very beautiful door! Nice shot! I love doorknobs too!

Small City Scenes said...

Lovely! MB

L.D. said...

This is one of my recent favorites. The antique portal and view is really great!

ALAIN said...

On aperçoit même le fantôme de Marie-Antoinette à sa fenêtre.

Cergie said...

Un oeillleton pas trop discret qui offre à voir dedans comme dehors. Mais quel beau travail du bois !
Notre maison est en comble comme une longère, aussi de la fenêtre de toit de mon bureau je ne vois qu'un bout de ciel mais ma foi c'est toujours mieux qu'un bout d'enfer...

VP said...

I always try to sneak a photo of these views through a doorway...

Woody said...

The large grain and dark color of the wood grain is wonderful as is the ornate iron in the mirror.

brattcat said...

An exquisite portal.

Genie -- Paris and Beyond said...

Door with a view, indeed! The door and the view beyond are exquisite and it is almost like looking into a kaleidoscope... lovely photo, mon amie!

Bises,
Genie

Halcyon said...

Ah Blogger... how we love thee!

This is a beautiful door. I love the worn wood and the window.

Charlotte said...

Dear C,

Beautiful !!! Magnifique!

Loree said...

What is it with Blogger sometimes? I love that door. It's beautiful.

Cezar and Léia said...

Ciel, this door is beautiful!
I like a lot that "blue"stone ( ?) detail, it's so chic!
Léia

Bergson said...

plus moyen d'être chez soi avec cet oeil de boeuf ou plutôt de mamouth

Gunn said...

Artistic, nice and very well done, both the door and the image.

EG Wow said...

Elegant!

Rob and Mandy said...

Quelle belle porte!

Sharon Van Lieu said...

This is such a good shot, Ciel. Do local magazines use your work - they should.

Sharon

Becky said...

I love shots of "views" through things. I have a few archway shots like this from various places (Yale University, London, etc.) that I really like.

Also, may I recommend using Google Reader instead of "following" on Blogger? I find it to be much more organized, though I know many who use Blogger's "follow" feature, too.