E is for Eguisheim

We’re off to Alsace today, to the very picturesque town of Eguisheim. Just a couple of views, to give you the idea, alas it was rather a dull day.

There are some wonderful old timbered buildings. I think I used this image as a ‘One’ in the past:

the town square:

Oh, and a third picture of a window box:

Window layers

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20 comments

  1. A nice slice of European history, Sue.
    Best wishes, Pete.

  2. A lovely medieval town by the looks of it. Alsace seems to be an interesting region.

  3. So beautiful. I love the Alsace region, although I never made it to this charming town. 🙂

  4. Beautiful images in spite of the dullness of the day!

  5. I have been to Alsace many times, but I don’t remember having seen Eguisheim. It looks very picturesque, like most of the villages. The first image is my favourite, showing a typical scene. Very nice!

  6. Wow, Sue, that’s really lovely

  7. Odd name. Wonder what it means, Sue. 🙂 🙂 No matter, it does look a nice place. I remember your images.

  8. So picturesque, very photogenic

  9. It looks like a fairytale setting Sue. Dull or not ever so pretty.

  10. Why not hallelujah it was a dull day???

    • Sue

      Why? I would rather a bright day, but hey, we make the most of what we have at any given time! You look to have been a busy bunny recently, Meg

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