Thursday, August 08, 2013

Looking Out Chateaux Windows


When you peek out a window at any chateau, the glass is often old, wrinkled or discoloured from being there for so long.  The leading has taken on a fine patina.  The view, while varied, is often a vista that has always been there; the river, a courtyard, another tower of the chateau.  These are windows which people have been looking through for centuries.   


Chinon 

Blois
Azay-le-Rideau
Chenonceau



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