Monday

Paris: Petit Balcon-ically








The ironwork alone in Paris (not to mention the plaster and stonework) is worthy of years of observation and study. Don't you want to know more about the incredible artisans who designed these masterpieces? (all by Georgianna)

28 comments:

  1. They are all so beautiful ... I love all the details in the architecture in Europe ... so many things to photograph :)

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  2. Gorgeous! I love love your beautiful perspective. Just found you via divas and dreams xox

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  3. Wish I was standing on one of those balconies right now....

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  4. Dearest sweet G and D, these are really gorgeous photos! These Balconies are just beautiful especially when paired with gorgeous blooms!
    Oh sweet g, thank you so much for your kind words on wini's blog today! It warms my heart and made me smile! You are so sweet and inspiring! Have a lovely merry happy tuesday and love to you!

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  5. i'm going to paris next year my third time and i am excited as hell. i adore this city and your pictures are amazing. i love the colortone. are you photographing them digital or analogue?

    and i REALLY wanna follow you with google connect but i cant find the button? :(

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  6. Thank you so much, my friends! So wonderful to have you stop by here.

    Magnolia, did you find the google connect button? It's on the sidebar but I noticed yesterday it kept disappearing. Maybe try refreshing? Let me know. Thanks

    xoxo – g

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  7. Oh my goodness, I am going to love visiting you both here!!
    What a wonderful series this is Georgianna!

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  8. I am so glad that you two started this blog just for your Paris shots! It is a truly wonderful portfolio thus far! I also really like the clean, simple format with the large photos. All lovely!

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  9. Congratulations Georgianna, on your wonderful new blog, Paris by two.
    Such talent from you both, and adore your work.
    I have to go and pick up my husband off the ferry now and will come back again to look at all the beauty you share.

    Hope that you are enjoying your week
    Hugs
    Carolyn

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  10. Wow, there are so many gorgeous images here! It's inspiring me to try to improve my photography skills as well as start saving money to travel to France!

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  11. Sitting on one of these balcons in Paris( well my legs on the balcony but just sitting with the doors open...)with fresh coffee and...breakfast. That would be the perfect start of a new day..I keep on dreaming :)

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  12. someday i WILL make it to paris. and i shall take 3000 photographs and i will cherish them forever!!

    in the meantime, i will live vicariously through you!! :D

    hugs

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  13. Wow, such beautiful architecture! Beautiful photography, always makes me feel like I was right there.

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  14. Hello G
    There's obviously pride in creating architecturally interesting buildings in France and the iron balcony guards have such intricate work.
    When I think of the first apartment we lived in here, so plain and boring looking, and just a box really. We had a large concrete balcony but with a big ugly solid metal guard.
    Thanks for sharing these beautiful buildings.
    Judith

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  15. Thank you once again for your lovely photos of Paris, which bring back fantastic memories from being there in '73.

    There is so much beauty in Paris. It is wonderful of you to share your visits there with all of us.

    FlowerLady

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  16. Georgianna!
    It really is one endless photogenic city!
    I'm now following this blog! Cant believe I didnt see it before!

    Gorgeous work!
    Ciao Bella!


    CREATIVE CARMELINA

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  17. Gorgeous work . It will be a pleasure to follow along on this endless beauty.

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  18. Oh my goodness, I am in love...such gorgeous work. I can not wait to see Paris through your eyes!

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  19. Congratulations G & D! I'm just loving your new blog! It's nice to see Paris through both of your eyes. xo

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  20. I love it that you group photos like this! Again, beautiful!

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  21. This is so beautiful! I adore all of your Paris photos. There are really so many beautiful things and details to photograph in that city. :)

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  22. Thank you, my friends! So happy you are enjoying visiting here. ♥♥

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  23. I love the Reflection of the Tower in the Window.
    I adore them all :)
    I have a dream of going to Paris. Im bringing my husband to see this blog one night .
    Thanks

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  24. I love that nothing, but nothing is loud. Everything is subtly matched. The contrasts are gentle. The detailing amazing.
    Sending you a HUGE HUGE HUG for framing it so beautifully for us. You are the best :)

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  25. love the window with the eiffel tower reflection! amazing blog! so glad to have found it!

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  26. OH my goodness...I have been here about 15 mintues..and just can't get enough of your first.... and now this blog.
    Your images are SUPURB !
    It is the ONLY way I am going to see the kind of places (villages) in Europe that I have dreamed of seeing and photographing..but at my age, and my budget, I will have to do it thru you and other wonderful artists like yourself.

    THANK YOU, Rose

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  27. Gorgeous! I want to live behind that first balcony with the lovely shutters. ♥

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