Tuesday, 24 November 2009

Mini - Me

S IS FOR?



SEEING DOUBLE!

My neck nearly swiveled 180 degrees when we strolled past this little Breton cottage one summer evening earlier this year. Sadly the tree obscured the BIG cottage so I could not get the complete picture.

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17 comments:

  1. What a lovely little summer cottage! Love the blue trim! Great shot for the day, Anna!

    Enjoy!

    Sylvia

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  2. The owners of that gorgeous cottage love it so much they recreated it in miniature too! Beautiful.

    Jeanne

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  3. How clever to have a smaller cottage, as well. The blue is energetic and your photo superb!

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  4. sweet shot of summer settings

    wv: recur - how funny for the twin cottages!

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  5. How lovely. I think the blue gate and fence just set it off, it's a shame the little one doesn't have those too.

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  6. I love it, Anna! The blue really jumps off the screen! :-)
    Frances

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  7. I almost missed the little cottage on the wall--my eye was drawn to that bright blue trim. So cute...and I do love the blue!

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  8. Lovely! Do they have a blue and white dog house?

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  9. i also seen double on the gate and fence, at first i thought its jaz a long fence.

    my entry is here


    have a Great Wednesday :)

    Thanx for the Visit :)

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  10. What a cute cottage, love the blue shutters and the hollyhock.

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  11. It is very pretty and very small - looks like it belongs in one of those miniature villages!

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  12. How sweet is that and are those Hollyhocks towering so high and blooming their hearts out? Wonderful!

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  13. Hi Anna~~ I like the hollyhocks and the blue house trim and fence are really a standout.

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  14. How adorable! How adorable! :)

    I love it when people take pride and do something sweet like this on thier property.

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  15. LOL, I have two Norfolk Isalnd pines named (creatively) Piney and Mini Me Piney. (Those are my only named plants!)

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- Anna.