17 February 2011

Hill Village and Sea...


The main photo shows Gorbio village with the sea below and Menton, of course. The other one shows the village taken from above.

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La photo principale montre le village de Gorbio dominant Menton et la mer bien sûr. L'autre photo montre le village pris du dessus.


13 comments:

  1. If an angel came to me in my sleep and said where would you love to live and I will grant you that wish, well it would be in Gorbio hill village over looking the sea.

    Joanny

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  2. Well, we are going to walk this village together and have lunch at the Beausejour. I'm so looking forward to that.

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  3. To feel that one knows a place from your posts: the streets, the events, the people... these views are quite grand with a perspective of the terrain and the beauty of Gorbio's placement... lovely

    Bises,
    Genie

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  4. voila un paysage magnifique.

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  5. Your shots are breathtaking.Long may the villagers live there, long may you snap moments to share with all of us!

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  6. Like Joanny, I, too, wish, wish, wish to walk in this place.

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  7. Your first photo would make a very nice painting.

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  8. A lot are wishing to come and visit here. I hope to be the first one!( weather permitting!) :o)

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  9. That top view is exactly what draws me to Europe...

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  10. The need to be aware of the approaching enemy has led to such beauty.

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  11. It is beautiful. I see in the index list at the right that you have shown Gorbio 257 times. It deserves it. (Is it the place where you showed the trompe l'oeuil painting of the church as it was being done?)

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  12. Thanks so much for all the kind comments.

    Julie, you are right of course!

    Malyss - see you soon!

    Jack, goodness, have I posted Gorbio that many times? Well I live in Gorbio so that accounts for it. Love this village. I actually live two kilometres below in the commune of Gorbio, not the old village itself. And yes, it's the village with the trompe l'oeil church facade.

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