Thursday, 21 November 2013

French Village Greys



Hello dear friends
it's Thursday so it's time for
Michelle's party

GREY DEY THURSDEY


My photos this week were all taken
when I was in France this year.


I visited lots of villages
while driving the girls out and about to

ballet classes



and
the library


and
school


as well as
shopping
lots of girlie shopping!!!


   
Please pop in and see more lovely
touches of grey over at
I've just been over for a sneak peak
and you are going to LOVE
Michelle's post today!!!


THANK YOU
my dear friends
for your kind comments and visits.

WELCOME
to my new followers
it's lovely to meet you!


Merci à bientôt
be kind to one another!


 

Shane

 


22 comments:

suziqu's thread works said...

Shane those images of village life in France are so warm and charming even in soft shades of grey.
You must have endless photos from your last visit there. The memories must come flooding back as you create these beautiful collages!
Love and hugs,
Suzy ♥

kerrie of sea cottage said...

I love the school photo. What fun you must have had!

Kimberly at ArtJoyStuff said...

Hi Shane, I loved your stroll through a lovely Grey Dey in France, thank you for bringing us along.
enJOY a beautiful day,
Kimberly

Petite Michelle Louise said...

tres charmante! would be a dream to spend time in a quaint french village. what special memories you must all have. "merci" sweet shane for always sharing this day with me and for your ever kind words. Happy Grey Dey!;)

Madeline's Album said...

Love the photos. I know you had a good time in France. Have a blessed day. Madeline

Dorthe said...

I can recall the quiet and beauty from my visits to small old villages in France, when seing your beautiful photoes, dear Shane, and you certainly have visited some wonderful places, with the narrow streets and older buildings, my friend.
Hugs from Dorthe

Vee said...

Ahhh, yes, the beautiful grays (grey) that you love! I really enjoyed taking a closer look at your photos. I loved seeing the ballet class where one ballerina has such long legs she is having difficulty reaching her toes. Such a sweet photo.

Mariette VandenMunckhof-Vedder said...

Dearest Shane,
Not only French village greys but it makes one a bit melancholic too; knowing that a daughter and family stayed behind...
Hugs to you,
Mariette

Draffin Bears said...

Dear Shane,

Beautiful photos of life in a village in France. I loved some of the small villages, even more so in winter where the grey colours were so gorgeous.
Happy weekend, beautiful blue sky today, hope they have it wrong as they are predicting rain for tomorrow.

hugs
Carolyn

Jeanie said...

You always master this challenge. These are again fabulous!

Our photos said...

All your photos are beautiful!
Greetings from Holland

Linda said...

I love your photos of France Shane! Whether they are B & W or grey or in color they hold magic- of a time and place so very near and dear to my heart. Merci beaucoup.

podso said...

I do enjoy these gray posts you do. There is such rich variety in the gray tones you display each week, and best of all a warm memory or story behind each one!

Marilyn said...

Love your grey visits to France. They do grey so well and looks so classy.

Ann at eightacresofeden said...

How appropriate this post is for me Shane as I was just thinking yesterday that grey may be my new favourite colour. I changed the pleated shades of my bedside lamps from cream to grey as the cream ones kept getting dusty and needing to be cleaned too often. I was in a lovely cafe yesterday admiring their grey armchairs (French style - you would love them) and when we eventually buy new sofas I want them to be grey! I have had a very busy week as I was asked to style a window of a menswear store in Great Gatsby style to promote the mayoral ball. Have never dressed a window in my life but I was able to loan some absolutely amazing pieces from an antique shop (because I asked!)to go with my own accessories and it just all came together wonderfully.
It even made our local tv news so it was all very exciting!

Tammy@T's Daily Treasures said...

I don't think there's a photo that could be taken in France that isn't beautiful! Such charming countryside and villages. Have a wonderful weekend. Tammy

Radka said...

Ahhh... memories of French summer:-)

Mary said...

Just something about a French country village that you never find any place else. The air, the smell of baking, the atmosphere, the stones of the walls and buildings, the painted shutters.........the little parks and squares, and of course there's always Le Bar by the fountain!!

Lovely, brought back memories of my brother's village in the Languedoc.

Happy weekend Shane dear.
Mary X

Riitta Sinikka said...

♥ love all your nice and beautiful photos! Have a happy weekend, my dear friend! xxx Riitta

Robynartdesigns said...

Hello Shane,
Your photos are really beautiful. You must enjoy your visits to France and your grandchildren.
Thanks for sharing and for visiting me.
Have a lovely week
Hugs
Robyn.

Geneva said...

Thank you for the sweet comment on my blog. I am your newest follower as well and can already tell I'm going to enjoy getting to know you.
Blessings!!!

Wendy AppleApricot said...

Ahh, beautiful France... I'm in love with those gorgeous little villages. I mean, that's the library?? Who wouldn't love to go there. Beautiful post Shane, thank you for sharing dear. Wishing you a sweet day, hugs

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