The top-down approach by pistache

The top-down approach

It's kind of puzzling how this could work - the upstairs window being built in 1852 and the floor below in 1857. Maybe it's just a bit of French magic. Nobody seems too bothered that the door may let in a teensy bit of weather here and there. See http://365project.org for St Antonin Noble Val in full glory
Interesting photo.
April 5th, 2015  
Excellent composition and an interesting subject. Sounds like an exquisite part of France:)
April 5th, 2015  
Good shot.
April 5th, 2015  
Wonderful photo! I'd have thought the numbers were street numbers.
April 5th, 2015  
Love the rustic value of this!
April 5th, 2015  
This is a great capture of the very old doors
April 6th, 2015  
Beautiful location 💕💜 And Capture📷
April 6th, 2015  
Lots of texture. Wood, rock, and more. I love old doors like this. Great shot.
April 6th, 2015  
Magic? Very clever capture and a wonderful composition.
April 6th, 2015  
@lindacarol @circuitburger @joansmor @teiko @ribbet9 @777margo @mysecretphotography @thimblelady @taffy Many thanks all. @teiko There are no street numbers in this village - you just say you're the house with pistachio-coloured shutters opposite the post office :)
April 6th, 2015  
I do like this a lot, and I am smiling at your description of how you find the houses without the use of numbers.
April 7th, 2015  
@ukandie1 Thanks Andrea :)
April 8th, 2015  
It is a really interesting building with those topsy-turvy doors!
April 9th, 2015  
@olivetreeann Indeed! It's opposite where we stay in France - so I have looked at it a lot :)
April 15th, 2015  
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