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un belle croix, de beaux details
Such exquisite details here, Ciel!
I like all of details.
It looks great against that rich blue sky.
That's what people mean when they say rich detail!
en réponse a ta question, comme c’était de la magie, on a retrouvé le poisson rouge (en plastique quand même ;o)) ) comme fève dans une des galettes des rois ( le même, pas le même ??? les mystères de la magie ;o)) )
Very dramatic looking!
I never noticed this. The quality of a structure, I think, can be determined by such details for if the designers/builders care about little things, they probably care about the big things. Lovely shot what with that deep, blue sky!Re your comment about the elephant: I can sort of see it. You have a great imagination! And no, I haven't played with puzzles for a long time. Life itself I find puzzling enough! :)
one word "stunning"! Love this picture!Léia
I'd hate to shingle that roof.
Rococo to the max. It could make you queasy.
such gorgeous detail!! wow!!
Incroyable detail Ciel.. there is so much to see when you look up in Europe.. and the occasional bit of a surprise here :)
Merveilleux details et surtout l'ensemble en si bon etat. Quand on pense aux revision des toits...
It looks in great condition after all this time. Just glad I don't have to maintain it !
This is exactly the kind of detail I like in a building!
Yes, a memorable lunch at Baked Alaska on the 12th Street Dock :-)
I also love these details. On my first trip to Europe I came home with only details and no whole scenes. I was the only one who liked my photos.
Such detail. Builders don't seem to be able to take the time for this. Built to be torn down anyway. MB
So pretty with the blue sky in the background!
I love details and these are wonderful !
ça doit pas être facile de faire de la scilpture si haut
Very beautiful, especially with that gorgeous, rich blue sky!~Lindy
Doit être doré.
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