Sunday, February 16, 2014

Église Saint-Quiriace - la porte rouge


Église Saint-Quiriace


The setting for this Twelfth Century church
 is rich with history. 


We watched as she entered the red doors on gloomy day.  
You can catch just a brief glimpse of her blue robes in the puddle.




bon dimanche


Église Saint-Quiriace
Place Saint-Quiriace
77160, Provins

10 comments:

Duncan D. Horne - the Kuantan blogger (大哥) said...

Hi Genie,

Very nice capture. Have a great day!

Joe said...

Wonderful composition Genie. The complimentary colours work so well; the mauve in the door, the blue robes and the grey walls are perfect. The smidgen of a reflection in the puddle is a nice surprise. Cheers J.

Kate said...

She looks like she belongs in an ancient tableau!

Louis la Vache said...

Genie, you and Virginia should link your always delightful Sunday church posts with the inSPIREd Sunday meme!

William Kendall said...

A lovely shade of red, Genie.

Alain said...

Quiriace...un prénom difficile à porter.

Alexa said...

Oh, those colors! Superbe, ma chère --

Jack said...

It looks like you painted this fine scene.

Randy said...

So far I would say this is your best of the year. I'm sure you will amaze us with more.

Starman said...

It looks so lonely.