one of the most beautiful towns on the French Riviera
The Old Town
I love the simplicity of your post today. The photo's both soothing and "richly colored." I have to agree with Vincent, plus I think he would have appreciated the "vin" in your photo as well, and stopped in for a glass or two!
He's right of course and you just proved it. Gorgeous shot. Save this for your next show.V
Beautiful photo! Artists are always looking at light,shadows ctc.I'm reading Luncheon of the Boating Party by Susan Vreeland. Relates the process of Renoir in painting this beautiful canvas. Photographers and artists have many things in common.
Great shot and we love the quote. Darryl and Ruth : )
I have always believed that the colors in your part of the world are softer and more lovely, but I think that it is your photography that makes it so. Just beautiful with a perfect quote.
Finding delight in the ordinary is to be treasured, Jilly. You have it in bundles.
Could that be the artist describing his hallucinations? Artificial light is qualitatively different than day. Vincent, who painted so much in broad sunlight, may have enjoyed its weirdness.
Sensual and rich earth tones and a warm patina on the building cast a romantic glow, it must look beautiful in the moonlight or if they have setting outside by candlelight.Lovely photograph,Joanny
The night certainly tells different stories with an entirely different palette.
Before I even saw your quote, this photo reminded me somehow of Night Cafe by van Gogh.
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