Friday, 20 April 2007

Grasse....a quiet street

It's tourist time already though I was lucky to be in Grasse on a Saturday morning before the coaches arrived.
This quiet street houses the museum of Provencal art and history and is a big draw. The building itself is beautiful but at that angle was impossible to photograph.
They obviously didn't build the streets to accommodate digital cameras in those days....

12 comments:

Fabrizio ikol22 said...

You're in right, they didn't byt the way this photo and its perspective is wonderful as usually yours :-)

Dsole said...

oh but looking at your photo, it seems that the street was built for you to have a wonderful picture!

About Mountaincat said...

Building in the background actually looks more impressive.

Olivier said...

j'aime bien ces petites rues provencales, parcontre je sais jamais comment me positionner pour les prendre en photos, tellement elles sont etroites.
Les Golden Cergie Awart, c'est pour s'amuser, une amie bloggeuse a selectionner 5 blogs qu'elle aimait et pour m'amuser j'ai cree un Awart avec mon ours amedée.
Je te souhaite un bon weekend

Chris & Deb said...

beautiful photo and perspective of this very beautiful city!

isabella said...

J'adore! Would love to stroll down this street, before the tourists arrive...Oh, wait...I am the tourist ;-) Grrrrrr!

Kate said...

Oh, but what you captured on this narrow street is delightful.

Ming_the_Merciless said...

I don't remember going to the museum in Nice. Now I wish I did. But i was too busy enjoying the beautiful scenery of Nice.

GMG said...

Grasse looks great in your photos. Another destination for my next visit to Provence...

Felicia said...

The more I see of Grasse the more I want to see it in person - it is so quaint!

Pecos Blue said...

I agree with above the perspective really gives the feel of some place other than the US for sure.

Monica said...

This is beautiful beyond words!