Monday, 15 February 2016

Briques et massage

Immeuble Versailles Cour
Details of a building in a courtyard (VDP showed you a blue door a couple of days ago, you'll recognise the Christmas tree)... where you might want to have a massage...

Détails d'un immeuble dans une cour (VDP vous montrait une porte bleue il y a deux jours, vous reconnaîtrez le sapin) où vous pourriez obtenir un massage...
Immeuble Versailles Cour
Immeuble Versailles Cour
Massage Thai Versailles

17 comments:

Geoff Wilkinson said...

Oh yes I like all of these, the window bars over the beauty treatment photograph I'm sure could be interpreted with deep hidden meaning but I can't think what at the moment and the camera on the floor pictures I love. It looks like a very interesting mews a bit like some in London..

William Kendall said...

You often wonder with a massage parlour if they're on the up and up, so to speak.

Lois said...

I like this building, especially those bricks over the windows. I've never had a massage, but I hear it can be very relaxing.

RedPat said...

Somehow it doesn't give me a good vibe about having a massage there! It does look interesting though, Ciel!

Dina said...

Or not ...
Thanks but I'll pass.

VP said...

A quite strange place for a massage...

EG CameraGirl said...

I like the old building...but the massage? No thanks.

Wayne said...

Very cool building on a cool street, love the cobblestones and the perspective of your photos.

Lowell said...

Looking at the area and the building and the street, I'm going to pass on the massage...what the heck, it doesn't matter, I'm not going to get a massage no matter what! BTW, Cleo is laying next to the keyboard and actually sent you a massage, er, message, with her paws, but I couldn't figure out what she was trying to say, so sadly had to delete it! She does say, "Meow" though! :)

Sharon Anck said...

A massage sounds nice right now but, I think I'll look for a place closer to home.

Tanya Breese said...

lol i'm with redpat, but i love the photos!

Small City Scenes said...

OH i would love to have a massage. Would feel so good.
MB

Halcyon said...

Oh goodness! I saw a Christmas tree out in the street just this weekend. Guess some people missed the deadline!
Love the brick arches. Wonderfully rustic!

bill said...

Interesting building. It looks like it is off the beaten path and makes you wonder how well the business does in that location.

Revrunner said...

Gosh! How LOW did you have to GO to get that gutter shot, ciel? :-)

PerthDailyPhoto said...

Yes please to the massage, in fact I have one booked :) Super images Ciel, j'adore the perspective in the cobblestone shot.

Jack said...

I like the two shots from down low. Low shots have become some of my favorites.

Massage? Ummm, don't think so.