Wednesday Postcard- Versailles

Wednesday Postcard this week is The Estate of Versailles, encompassing the Palace and its truly magnificent grounds, the Trianon and the Petite Trianon.The grandeur and opulence is quite breathtaking, I have tried to capture this in my photos.Unfortunately ,due to the number of visitors in the famous Hall of Mirrors , this as anyone who has visited in recent times…
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Vintage Green and Nature’s Gold

Green is one colour that I have am always rather ambivalent about. I always like it on others but not so sure on me. I fell for this olive green velvet jacket at Red Fox Vintage,the unusual colour , the style and the buttons convinced me to give green another try.I also had found this rather unusual vintage green hat at…
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Wednesday Postcard – The Salvador Dali Museum

Salvador Dali was born in the city of Figueres in northern Catalonia, Spain and was responsible for the creation of the Dali Theatre-Museum in the city that opened in 1974.Dali is also buried in a crypt below the stage. I knew that as we were in the area  visit to the museum and also to Portlligat to the house were…
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Black Ruffles and Rainbow Fingers

Black ruffles and rainbow finger gloves were the order of the day for a Brunch with friends last Sunday. I am not always a fan of ruffles , finding them a bit fussy for my taste but when I spied this Paula Ryan black wool jacket at a recycle clothing store I just knew it had to come home .…
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Postcard Wednesday : Roseraie de Bagatelle

 A visit to Roseraie de Bagatelle for this gardener and rose lover was a dream come true. This glorious garden with its roses in full bloom was a sight to behold, with 10,000 rose bushes covering over 1000 different rose species. The rose garden in Parc de Bagatelle is embedded deep within the Bois de Bologne, a huge public park…
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