Attractive combination of colors. I imagine the shutters are made of wood, but they appear to be metal; hard to tell in a photo.
I like shutters,turquoise...and especially Paris.
Love the aqua color with a fringe of the green. I hope they get a better breeze than we are! HAH :)
Simply beautiful! So wonderful to see your message, sweet friend...Have a lovely Sunday!Bises,- Irina
Love the shutters, the color and the green "fringe"! Lovely capture for the day, Genie! Hope you have a wonderful weekend! Enjoy!HugsSylvia
What a beautiful picture Genie.
You seem to find something wonderful around every corner of the city. I just love visiting your blog. Connie :)
Something simple, and so enjoyable.
I love that color.
Those shutters in that color are so really French and I love them.
I do love that combination of colours!
A very simple but very beautiful pcture! I like it very much.I wish you nice week-end!
Hello Genie:Shutters of this style always make us think of France. In particular Provence where the protection of shutters is needed against the scorching sun. And, what an attractive shade they are painted....makes one dream of the sea and a sandy beach. Happy weekend!
Love this window - and the grass.Hugs
this makes me sigh with pleasure.
Great combo of colours and texture. I shutter to think what would happen if the occupants caught you photographing their window:-)
So simple and eloquent!
J'adore Parisian greens Genie. I would loe to do a post just on verdigris! A bientot.
There is something so charming about green/blue shutters. I love this simple photo...it would make a great painting too. :)I hope you get your nice weather too.
Ooooh ... I love the colors and simplicity of this photo. And, it's so fashionable --- color blocking! I think it would make a lovely dress! Bon weekend!
So beautiful in its simplicity—love the colors, the composition, the whole thing!
Love that color!
I love this. I want to live there.V
So you finally discovered my apartment!
So simple - Love it! F x
Simply lovely Genie, I can also imagine them flung open to let the sunshine in.
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