Wordless Wednesday – Street scene



  1. I really like the way the curved building on the left moves your eye to the people (and establishes size), then the building lines on the right steer the eye back to the curved building again. Colorful people are the perfect accent.

  2. Amazing, excellent captured… 🙂

  3. You’ve been absent, my friend. I hope all’s well?

    What a lovely muted streetscape: wonderful colours, great textures and beautifully populated.

    • Sue

      Hi Meg! I went to France for 4 days last week, before that loads of ‘stuff’ to do, now I’m back I’m having to rest and yesterday I had a nasty cold start up….shan’t be long before I need to take to my bed…..
      I’m glad you picked precisely the reasons I like this..muted, textures, placement of people….

  4. So beautiful, where is this place dear Sue, I loved it. Thank you, Love, nia

  5. wonderful photo, Sue

  6. Glorious: I wouldn’t mind a room with a view like this!

  7. Nice one, sweetheart. 🙂 Look after yourself!

    • Sue

      It was lovely to visit that region again, sadly all too short a trip…. Glad you like the photo, and thanks for your thoughts 🙂

  8. Hope you feel better soon, Sue. I’d love to be walking in those streets…and drinking some of that wine!


  9. The people bring this scene alive.

  10. I agree with philosophermouse. The angles and sweep of the rooftops really draw the eye to the people.
    Best wishes, Pete.

  11. Love the atmosphere of this photo, Susan. La douce France. 🙂

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