Sunday, September 11, 2011

Mont-Dauphin


























Mont-Dauphin is a village fortified by Vauban in the 17th century.
The place is amazing: the houses, the view...

21 comments:

lumieredumatin said...

i love the photo with the pots along the stairs, the blue shutters, the plant pot suspended on the basket "filet", the posters ... charming authenticity !

Kristin said...

Wow, your has hiked much. The photos are beautiful, great views and I especially like the colors of the photos. Which film have you photographed?

coco said...

wow... stunning beauty in your photos.
you are lucky to be there.

ibb said...

That´s the place I need for some weeks just to recover...
This begining without holidays is being so hard...
Lovely photos

Anita said...

Such loveliness!! Thank-you for sharing with us!

Lady San Pedro said...

So beautiful!

tinajo said...

It´s just beautiful! :-)

kitchu said...

oh Elisabelle i am in love with these! i am going to run out of compliments :)

joana said...

oh my! these are breathtaking!

black-eyed angel said...

these are amazing….you have to tell me how you manage to capture such a big landscape so beautifully. I'm always an epic failure!
But my fave has to be the bike and flowerpots….so very, very French!

Vera said...

What gorgeous photos!

alexandria said...

Your photos of the mountains and holiday are wonderful. I want to jump in them and enjoy the fresh air. Beautiful posts.

Arctic Mum said...

Funne how the images from the Alpes reminds me of hours and hours in front of a puzzle, usually of 1000 pieces. And always with the image of a village in the Alpes. Did you know Ane Brun has a new record released? The critics are over themselves with joy. http://it-all-starts-with-one.com/

Isobelle said...

So beautiful! I would love to go there one day. Thanks for sharing these!

pierre said...

ADVENTURES !!!!!

Yba said...

Beautiful!!!

Mackapär Ulrika said...

What a place!! Amazing.

Marisa said...

These are amazing, thanks for sharing!

cara edwards said...

this place looks incredible!

Mary said...

wow! i can never decide which i like best - the mountains or the sea :)

cerealjoe said...

Ca rappelle les vacances! On passe juste à côté chaque hiver en allant à Risoul!