I have uploaded some posts on Narrow Alleys; namely, of Dubrovnik, Split, Szentendre etc.
I found narrow alleys fascinating.
You never know what they lead to; you never know what is at the end of the alleys.
The alleys in Annecy are fascinating, to say the least.
The medieval buildings on either side of the alleys are usually pastel colour and nicely matched.
Walking along the alleys is like walking back in time.
You just go deeper and deeper in history.
I like to ask myself the question:
If there is one picture you want to nominate for a place, which picture would you choose?
This is the picture I would choose for Annecy, France.
It was a sunny day when we walked the banks of the Annecy waterway.
Although the waterway is man made, I like how the boats lined up and moored.
Trees flanking both sides of the river bank and that classical footbridge which spanned the river.
These give me the sense of the place.
This surely is my ultimate impression of Annecy.
This week’s DP photo challenge is Seasons.
We had a good walk around the gardens at Annecy, France.
Here are a couple of causal pictures which were taken during Spring.
They show how lovely Annecy can be around that time.
Your eyes haven’t been deceived.
The door is not vertical, it is slanted from right to left.
While we strolled the medieval city of Annecy in France, we noticed this unusual door.
I must admit I could have taken a more interesting picture which shows the door to be more slanted, but I didn’t.
I haven’t seen the door in an open position, I suppose such doors are more difficult to open / close!
A picture which is completely Orange may not highlight the color.
Here is a photo taken in Annecy, France.
With the waterway, the reflection and the swans in another color, I think the orange color of the medieval building walls stand out.
It is a peaceful painting too!
For this picture, I focused mainly on the right bottom quadrant.
We had a relaxing time strolling the banks of the waterway in Annecy, France.
My eyes were caught by the bright flowers along the bank.
In this photo, I also captured the reflection of the medieval buildings built alongside the waterway.
Don’t think I have sufficient material to write a good book on Annecy, France.
I like this medieval town in France, with a waterway going through it and the pastel color buildings on the sides of the waterway.
Of course, there is the Annecy lake which is so picturesque.
If I ever write a book on Annecy, this will be my Cover photo.
The castle (which was actually a prison) stands in the middle of the waterway. Two birds were gliding past – what a sight!