Tuesday, 6 March 2012

Détail d'un immeuble à Porchefontaine

This little detail on a building in Porchefontaine neighbourhood caught my eye!

22 comments:

andrew1860 said...

I love the colors and the art

Olivier said...

sympa cette plaque sur cet immeuble,retour en enfance ;)

Regina K said...

The red trim is fabulous.

Lowell said...

Pretty cute. But you girls are always trying to teach dogs and boys new tricks! Sometimes it works and sometimes it doesn't! ;-))

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Theanne said...

a little bit of whimsey! I'm loving those red shutters!

Wayne (Woody), whatever said...

That's quite unexpected and very comical!

Tash said...

That is just darling! I think everyone should have one (or two). Nicely spotted.

Stephanie said...

So cute! Is it Dick & Jane, I wonder...love that red trim!

Jack said...

That is pretty unusual! But, I don't see it starting a new trend.

Randy said...

Nice colors and reflection. Tell me about this myth you all have about Route 66.

Lucy Corrander : Photos said...

Surprising.

Bergson said...

une belle déco

ALAIN said...

Un peu dans le style Poulbot.

Doug Hickok said...

I love it when a touch of color and imagination is added to an otherwise ordinary place. Wonderful find today!

David Thomas said...

Those are pretty cool shutters. And the painting between the two floors is very unusual.

Halcyon said...

Sweet! But what I really like are those red shutters. :)

PerthDailyPhoto said...

What a delightful find Ciel, don't you just love it when you come across thing like this.

Cezar and Léia said...

You have clever eyes, the painting is gorgeous.I've enlarged the picture and it's a very nice detail!
Léia
**I also love the red windows!

VP said...

My favorite kind of details, I always hunt around for these.

Dave said...

Lovely detail and unexpected.

Malyss said...

ça fait reference à qqchose dans la rue, une ecole?ou peut-être a l'histoire du proprietaire de l'immeuble?.. c'est joli , coloré et naïf, en tous cas.

Rob Siemann said...

C' est le fameux petit detail qui compte!