Friday, June 27, 2014

little bridge at Chenonceau


This bridge connects the right bank of the river Cher to the château that straddles the river.  I was lucky to visit the other day when the sky was a brilliant blue with little puffy clouds.  You might expect to be seeing more.

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  1. Nice one! Are you playing tour guide or just visiting on your own?

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    1. Playing tour guide as usual, but I don't get tired of visiting this gem. I'm guessing you've taken a few guests there yourself.

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  2. love the reflection, well done sir!

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    1. Reflections play a big role at this château.

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  3. Great reflection, and I always love an arch.

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    1. Yeah and this one is a bit unusual.

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  4. Just charming, reflection in a special eye. I'm still around .Will get married next week and after leave for Essaouira in Morocco , a place I love. Honeymoon and then good bye Namibia is waiting. Your last photos are very very beautiful.
    Sincerely
    Tess

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    1. I visited Morocco in in 1972 ! For my young, inexperienced eyes it was amazing. I'm happy to hear of your wedding plans ! It all sounds very exciting. I'll be toasting the event from afar. If you have time, let me know how it all goes.

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  5. Chenonceau? Chenonceau!!!!! Oh no, wait, isn't the dinner next month? :-)
    Perfect arch!

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    1. Yes, the 19th. I think they'll let me back in. I wasn't TOO rude this last visit !

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  6. It's an unusual gothic bridge arch.
    This looks like a teaser photo of more of follow!

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  7. Oh la! What a fab image Stuart, double arch double delight!

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    1. Thanks, Grace. And you, the expert on reflections !

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    1. Thanks. I love the shape of this unusual arch.

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