Lovely Genie! Is that wisteria climbing up the side wall? You sure have an eye for beauty.Blessings,Penny
I once had une glycine climbing on a trellis at my house. Jolie, certainement, but what a huge pain in the derriere that plant was! Taking over everything, making a huge mess all over the deck... Yes, definitely: It looks much better sur l'Eglise de St Etienne du Mont! :-)Veronique (French Girl in Seattle)
This is a gorgeous shot, chere Genie! The colors of the wisteria, gate, and window...fantastic composition. Love your talent...I learn so much from you...Bises,- Irina
C'est une très jolie façade...gros bisous
Hello Genie:Such a good combination and a wonderful blue of the railings which tones so well with the climber.
Beautiful! I love the blue fence!
Wisteria is a great accompaniment to this grand old architecture. Nice capture Genie.
What a romantic and charming view!
Interesting angle on this photo.
This photo grabs you and transports you to Paris!
The wisteria adds a bit of whimsy I think. You have spring and I'm alas still posting dead of winter in Paris! :(V
This is a charming photo. Love all the colors and composition.
had them in our little yard here in brussels because previous owners long time ago were frenchit did not survive:(anni
Nice angle to capture the different elements of this shot - iron, stone, glass, wood, and wisteria.
I love your composition to begin with and the blue fence and gorgeous wisteria are the perfect touch! Hope your week is going well, mon amie!HugsSylvia
A gorgeous view. I like the blue iron fence with the wisteria draping over it, so pretty!
I love it when the wisteria is in bloom! (And I remember this building, which is very near to where I used to live.) Thanks, Genie.
I'm a sucker for any kind of lavender blooms....wisteria is so gorgeous...sometimes you can see it in Belgrade.
Wonderful shot!J'aime L'architecture et la glycine!
Gorgeous shot, dear Génie. Je t'embrasse.Erika
The wonderful bearded head is what I notice. Wisteria sets my teeth on edge . . . it is so weedy that I can't destroy the shoots that invade my yard from my neighbor.
How very sweet of you to come by and leave such a kind note.. Thank you so much Genie, I truly appreciate you kindness.Bisous!Penny
Wisteria grows profusely where I live. It is almost like kudzoo (google it) as an invasive plant. I do love the way it looks but once it takes hold there is no stopping it. It can take over and kill a tree and it might even take over a house. I had to move away from the last wisteria I had.All that said, it is gracefully gorgeous in the spring and dresses up Paris in the most scrumptious way.Bises,Genie
Beautifully captured! Glycine climbs all over Vienna, but a month or two earlier. Here the blossoms are long gone.
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