B had some business to take care of outside town, a three hour trip. He asked Phriend and I if we were interested in traveling with him. With the chance of finding something new to photograph, we jumped at the opportunity.
We had to pass through a little town. With cameras in hand we walked the narrow European style streets. They were no wider than a car width and lined with pastel colored row homes. It was a charming mountain town.
Love the looks of those old buildings!
The photo makes me think of super friendly towns people, warm and inviting.
Such a great opportunity to capture something new, and what a find it was.
Oh it just makes me want to be there!
What a cute town! Great find... great capture!
Wow! What vibrant homes! The purple one really caught my eye.
wow-he is right -it sure does look european
I wold have loved being there -
It's fun to hop in the car and go exploring. This is a fun shot...I like how the eye is drawn in through the photo. I'm going to try capturing architecture at this angle. Thanks for the inspiration...I learn so much from you.
Great...now I'm singing the Gilligans Island song...a three hour tour...haha.
I think I see "my" house in there! It really was such a cute town~ thanks again!
I love little finds like this!
Love it; it does look like you're in some quaint European town!
Great angle of the row houses. They do have a very European feel to them.
This is fabulous! Great job!
You have a great and supportive husband, Trish!
This is a fantastic picture - the color, composition, and subject are so interesting!
I love your blog and your photography! I'm now following you and hope you will follow my blog :D
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