Monday, 9 August 2010

nice to be home

So we're back from our sojourn in south west France and now you have to suffer the holiday snaps.  

Prayers for a pigeon

trompe l'oeil ladder

shabby chic shutters
chariot of fire


turning to the sun

chez nous (for two weeks)
glimpse on the way to market

tartelette framboise

sunshine softly falling on stone

only the spiders visit

green gathered in the garden

nice to be home  - did you miss me?


Anonymous said...

Sure did! The first thing I did when I returned from Bonnie Scotland was to check your blog!!! Looks like you had a wonderful, relaxing holiday - beautiful, evocative photos as always.

AeFondKis said...

Hi Chrissie, lovely to see you back! Sounds like a beautiful holiday filled with soothing sights and yummy food.....
sunflowers and lavender wow!

Printed Material said...

Miss you??? Mais oui, ma chere, certainement! Glad you both had a great holiday. I adore the photos of the shadows and the door knocker, and as for that raspberry tartelette...mmm, looks yummy! Lesley x

heidi said...

Of course!!
Lovely pics,lovely place,you must have had a great time! x

Menopausal musing said...

Fantastic photos.......... love the tromp l'oeil ladder! Shadow photos are exquisite, and YES you were missed. So pleased to know you had a wonderful holiday.

JP said...

gla dyou had a good holoiday - that sunshine on stone picture is magical - just like lace

Anonymous said...

Welcome back Chrissie and yes, you were missed! Thanks for sharing your gorgeous photos, I especially love the "prayer for a pigeon"!
Happy to hear you had a lovely vacation!
Christine, reader of your blog and shopper in your shop!

ELK said...

what a treat to see...such a delight in every frame here from countryside to the doors and windows...i feel as if I have had a day of travel here!!

Chrissie said...

Thank you all for your kind comments and so good to hear from the lovely Christine, a very special 'shopper'!

Things Hand Made said...

of course we did. I have yet to leash my holdiay photos on the world, still catching up. We were in france aswell and already missing those fields of sunflowers!

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