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ici c’était au vent et sous la pluie ;))j'aime bien cet auvent, il fait maison de banlieue des annees 60
Gorgeous! I wish I was there right now! Been anything but a peaceful afternoon here!!!
Schön !Einen guten Mittwoch dir.
They don't want you crawling in or walking in or falling in! It would probably hurt if you tried to fly in, too!Auspicious entrance!
Gorgeous ironwork, especially overhead! How lovely to see that something functional can also beautiful (seems there's less of that now).
Isn't this appealing!
That kind of entrance makes a lot of sense - the sun gets through and rain stays out.
I like that metal work. Very eye catching.
I agree with Michelle the ironwork is wonderful.
Dans le temps, on appelait ça une "marquise".J'adore les rideaux, les parapluies à l'entrée..!
I can't ever remember (with too many other words!) the French for that thing above the doorway...
BonjourBel auvent.Je vois qu'à Versailles, ce sont les grandes eaux !!!
It's a great protection for the rainy days indeed and it's also beautiful!Léia
An elegant gate welcomes you and the lovely roof protects you from the elements, what a fine doorway!
Cool ironwork to decorate this fascinating entry. Wonderful selection for the theme!
that tiny parting of the curtains draws us right in.
Very pretty. Lovely way to protect one from the elements.
I like that overhang.
le forgeron a bien travaillé
Very pretty doorway, with lots of protection surrounding it.
Love the roof.
Gobble gobble gobbleScratch scratch scratchand that's what it's all about. heeheeMB
Elegant protection from the elements, I would expect nothing less from Versailles Ciel. Is it usually so wet and cold in your spring season?
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