That was a gorgeous photo, love it! :-)
Hi Donnajust one single image and I'm here..memerized in front of my PC.. dreaming .. How do you do that ?? One day you'll have to teach me :-)Needless to say, this is GORGEOUSXXX
That is really pretty!;)Lovely greetings and a nice weekend!
Gorgeous window! I would love to wake up to that balcony every morning...very dreamy. Thanks for the image!
Thanks for sharing . Have a beautiful weekend too.
Stunning, what I wouldn't give to have windows like that!
aged beauty, indeed!have a great weekend!!!!
you soooooo get it.happy weekend dear friend...xx
Sad that we don't have windows like this in the USA, isn't it? Just beautiful. So evocative. xx's
I am at a lack of words to describe this beautiful image. Oh my goodness, can you imagine having windows like this one?Have a nice day.Teresa
What old world chic . . .
I can picture Juliet here "where for art thou" beautiful!
Have been gone for 10 days. Just checking in. Have been looking back and as usual your images do not disappoint. Have a great weekend. Mona
Stunning! Thanks and a wonderful weekend
So beautiful...I'd love to see what's attached to that glorious window and balcony!Wishing you a weekend as stunning as this image! xo
aged beauty is the the truest beauty.
Donna, this one photo sums up so much of what I love about places like France and Paris: ornate Baroqueness juxtaposed with the timeless beauty of a beautiful gray, and with lots of patina.Well chosen!:-) Michael
This may sound wierd...but this image reminds me of a wedding dress fit for a princess..the building is the gown, and the window frame the crown for the veil.... stunning!
Perfection! Thanks for your comment on my guest post at the Zhush this past week!
That is soooo you!
that. is. stunning.happy weekend to you, Donna!
you too darl. gorge image!
What a window! Covet, covet, covet...
I like to refer to myself as aged beauty!!! LOL, beautiful architecture!
I am not sure, but I think this is a house in Savannah, Georgia in the good 'ole US of A. I love Savannah because it looks more like Europe than anywhere in the US, except maybe Charleston. I did a post on it on my blog here:http://magpiepie.blogspot.com/2010/05/sometimes-house-will-call-to-me-from.html
I simply love this window. It's one of my favorite in Savannah. I love how everyone thinks this is in Europe! I drive by this building almost everyday!
European beauty in Savannah, GA 441 Bull ST.
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