Saturday, 15 June 2013

Zoom arrière



This gorgeous rose pergola stands at the bottom of the street leading to Chantiers railway station. Though I understand the need to inform about what's happening in the city, especially during Le Nôtre year, I still think it's a bit of a shame to have put these boards up to partially spoil the view from ground level!

Cette ravissante pergola de roses s'élève en bas de la rue qui mène à la gare des Chantiers. Bien que je comprenne la nécessité d'informer sur les événements de la ville, surtout en cette année Le Nôtre, je trouve dommage d'avoir ainsi en partie caché les fleurs !

15 comments:

LONDONLULU said...

I love the different angles and those amazing roses spilling over! Ah, a shame about the signs, you'd think there'd be a way to share the info more discreetly!

Sylvia K said...

I do agree with both of you regarding the signs!! But, oh! the roses are SO gorgeous!! Have a great weekend, Ciel!!

Michelle said...

Wow! Lovely roses!

Randy said...

Those are amazing.

llandudnopictures said...

The boards are very informative, but do obstruct a beautiful sight!

brattcat said...

i agree.

JM said...

So pretty and well done!

Birdman said...

But they certainly add to the dispensing of information.

Lowell said...

It appears to be an explosion of beauty and I agree that those boards detract from the overall effect ... seems they could have put them somewhere else.

Theanne said...

the boards do rather spoil the view...a shame

Wayne (Woody), whatever said...

Agreed, much less obtrusive signs are needed, that view is too nice to mess up.

PerthDailyPhoto said...

What boards Ciel, the roses are too divine :)

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VP said...

They are not so bad, but they could have studied something less obtrusive...

Dave-CostaRicaDailyPhoto.com said...

I agree with you about the signs. Julie and I were in a national park in Australia last year and there were so many signs along the trail warning about nor to trip on the unpaved trail that the signs became a form of distracting visual pollution.