My camera seems to have become an extension of my amateur photographer eyes! All photos prior to 2007 are scanned and were taken with a Fuji camera.



Sunday, 22 August 2010

Sunday Bridge Series: Maintenon castle, Eure et Loir, France, 2010

The entrance of Maintenon castle, which I was showing you here, with a bridge over the moat is this week's contribution to Louis la Vache's Sunday Bridge Series.

15 comments:

joo said...

Beautiful - I love the castel and the bridge.
Have a lovely Sunday:)

ruma said...

Merci de montrer le pont de la conception élégante...



Du Japon.
Salutations.
ruma

Elisa said...

Ce sont superbes, le pont et le bâtiment :)
Amitiés

bfarr said...

Beautiful setting.

Hilda said...

Very pretty and delicate moat bridge!

EG Wow said...

And it comes with a reflection too!

Boom Nisanart said...

Beautiful Light , Beautiful Bridge !
Feel so romantic : )

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tapirgal said...

I really love those turrets, and it's just perfect with the leaves giving life and color in the foreground.

Small City Scenes said...

A castle, a moat, a bridge---these things fairy tales are made of.

Regarding Huckleberries: The red is a true Huckleberry it is wild and native to the Pacific Coast. It gtows in most Conifer woods. There are some that are blue and one variety that is black.
Vaccinium parvifloium is the one I posted. and they are yummy and if you picked a ton you could make a pie or wonderful jam. MB

Luna Miranda said...

a scene from a fairy tale, indeed. what a marvelous shot!

jennyfreckles said...

I imagine King Louis 14th's heart lifting as he rode over the bridge to meet his secret love.

Ann said...

a fairy tale to all girls, will the handsome prince be riding his white horse for her?

Francisca said...

This one definitely tickles the imagination. Good photo, Ciel!

VP said...

Let's say that the bridge is not the finest part of the caste, but your picture is able to get the best of it. Nice framing and great background!

Cezar and Léia said...

We've drawn so many possible routes to do along the Loire Valley but not yet put it to practice. :( Now it's about end of summer, not sure if we do it soon now. But it's certainly an area on top of our must-visit list!
God bless you!
Cezar