Saturday, 2 April 2016

Les ateliers de la cour du Plessis

Cour du Plessis Versailles
VDP has been to this courtyard several times but was always unhappy with her pics. Still is... 
Not very well known in Versailles, it is located at the end of a passage which has been featured here on Artsy Versailles. Unfortunately, most of the unusual (architecturally speaking) little shops are closed on the weekend when VDP roams the city...

Ce n'est pas la première fois que VDP se rend à la cour du Plessis mais elle n'a jamais été satisfaite de ses photos... et ne l'est toujours pas vraiment. La cour se trouve au bout de l'impasse Du Plessis et est assez méconnue... L'impasse vous avait été montrée ici sur Artsy Versailles.
Cour du Plessis Versailles
Cour du Plessis Versailles
Cour du Plessis Versailles
Impasse du Plessis Versailles

11 comments:

Revrunner said...

Tiles and cobblestones--two of my favorite building materials.

Jacob said...

Quite delightful and quite elegant!

Jack said...

We probably all have places we have visited and photographed often and never really got "the" photograph we expected to find there. I know I have.

William Kendall said...

I would certainly like to explore here.

joo said...

I do like it much more than plastic flowers:D
Have a lovely weekend!

VP said...

I like the place and your photos of it!

Sharon Anck said...

What an interesting little corner. That architecture is so different from what we usually see in your city.

RedPat said...

It is a funny little place, Ciel!

Geoff Wilkinson said...

I really like the first and last you, shouldn't be to hard on yourself. Having said that I'm rarely satisfied but then I expect that's what keeps us trying...have a good Sunday.....

Wayne said...

I love to explore those little alley's, there are always treasures to be found. It's a shame they are not open when you visit.

Halcyon said...

I can see why you like this area. It looks really cute and quaint. Now I understand why the painting shop was closed both times you were there. :)