Tuesday, July 19, 2011

Le hideout à la française

You have to give it to the French for most original an secluded hide outs for small cottages with all the comforts of life.

6 comments:

  1. A place to take your time, and drink in the small silences between the trees, becoming the peace they provide you...

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  2. then more beer, FP, and more beer, and more beer.

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  3. Very cool foto, but hardly a "hideout".. As in "escondite" or "planque", with a high flag, red chimney and electric blue paint? If you wanna hide, ask the Unabomber here in the US, he'll tell you how it's done in Montana..

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  4. Impressionists painters didn't have to look so much for inspiration. The photo reminds me of so many things the did.

    It's official: te envidio este viaje.

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  5. 1979 Boat People1:10 AM

    Look like the lake/pond in front of the house has been dried up.:)

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  6. Anonymous6:56 AM

    Sledge

    But I doubt unabomber had free access to foie gras and camembert with French baguettes....

    Jonathan

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