Tuesday, 29 January 2013

Le Musée Lambinet enneigé

This is Lambinet museum, which I showed you here (inside and out). It has undergone restoration work so I will need to go again! It's a nice example of a town house built in the days of Louis XV.

Je vous l'avais montré ici (intérieur et extérieur). Il a fait l'objet d'une rénovation, il faudra que j'y retourne ! C'est un bel exemple d'hôtel particulier construit sous Louis XV.

18 comments:

Olivier said...

rien a dire, la neige c'est fait pour les photographes. Superbe

Lowell said...

Lovely! I think the snow and the way you framed this shot adds significantly to its classic beauty!

Sylvia K said...

I do agree with Lowell, and it is a classic beauty indeed! Hope your week is off to a good start! Stay warm!

EG CameraGirl said...

To me it seems amazing that townhouses built in the days of Louis XV would still be liveable. Everything in Canada is so young compared to France.

tapirgal said...

Your blog says 59 degrees F and rain. We have 45 degrees and rain. Click your heels 3 times and turn around....

tapirgal said...

Oops, that should be 50 degrees there. 59 would be our summer :-)

Randy said...

Looks cold. Love the architecture.

Jack said...

It is a handsome place with a fine, formal garden. Nice composition, Ciel.

The Capewell building is in a part of town that is not getting much development attention. It will be a long time before someone decides to make an investment in it.

Dave-CostaRicaDailyPhoto.com said...

I continue to be amazed and delighted at the photos of Versailles in the snow.

Oakland Daily Photo said...

A beautiful building with graceful proportions. The snow looks like powdered sugar.

Wayne (Woody), whatever said...

I could live in that town home!

Halcyon said...

Love it under the snow. It's nice together a shot before its been disturbed.

Lowell said...

Hi Ciel: Re your comment on Colorado...you'd probably be freezing to death in Gunnison right now--it gets very cold in them thar parts in the good ol' winter time!

PerthDailyPhoto said...

Ditto what EG said Ciel, so much history, for me here in young Oz its kind of awesome to think about.

Cezar and Léia said...

Great composition, a lovely building facade and I like the snow, a romantic image, with the bench as detail! :)
hugs
Léia

Malyss said...

Avec la neige et l'architecture classique on est completement hors du temps!

Small City Scenes said...

Your snow looks cold. Well, dud! I guess it is. Pretty picture. Funny to think of townhouses back in old Louis' day. LOL MB

Why are you too tired to dance hop skip and or jump? MB

LONDONLULU said...

Oh wow, when I think of townhouses, I think of the 1800s brownstone structures of NYC (like everyone else from the 'young' countries - we're such youths!:)