Very nice, Phillippe. I particularly like the pano, the Schokodeisele, and your
unexpected guest. In the Schokodeisele image, am I correct in understanding
that the wall on either side and above the gated doorway is both structural and
decorative brick? If so, that is certainly an amazing bit of
brick-laying-brillance. :) Thanks for sending them along.
On Oct 13, 2019, at 1:12 PM, Philippe <photo.philippe.amard@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
Just want to share the last of a so far mild autumn. Today was special in the
village. A charity race took place, organised by the fire-brigade - elders
such as I, were allowed to hike and not run, so I took the camera along, and
here are a few the resulting snaps.
The colorful brick building was built for the landlord’s wife to have her
afternoon hot chocolate with friends in the early 20ieth century …
The pano is a stitch of a dozen vertical shots from a hill opposite the
The last one features an unexpected guest waiting for us, and coffee? in the
kitchen when we came back home.
The cats didn’t like it that I opened the windows LARGE !