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Perfectly Provence.....


Yesterday was another busy day sight seeing in perfect Provence.

There are so many places to visit and we wish that we had come for longer than a week.


Here are some random shots from yesterday.......


A fabulous shop facade....



Lots of lovely savon.........


An antique shop or two, to visit......



Lovely villages perched high on the hills.....


Lots of lovely lavender.......


Beautifully coloured buildings.....


one after another..........


Lots of lovely cafes to watch daily life pass by.......



and lots of fabulous doors which leave you curious as to what you will find behind....


As they say on many a postcard,
having a wonderful time, wish you were here.....
A demain mes amies,
L x

Comments

  1. Merci beaucoup one more time :)))
    Beautiful captured scenery - I love everything! What a fantastic place!And you took me there :))))
    tove

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  2. Just absolutely DREAMY...thanks for sharing! ;)Rachel

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  3. Oh I recognized Roussillon....a lovely place! And shops to die for!! xx

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  4. Gorgeous, gorgeous photographs that really show the beauty and sum up the area Leeann. XXXX

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  5. Oh it looks lovely - we took Eurostar down to Provence/the south of France a couple of years ago and then travelled around. One of my favourite holidays, ever!

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  6. I miss Provence so much!
    I see that places just one month ago...
    Have a wonderful trip.
    Babi

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  7. I do wish I were there.. especially love your last two shots.. wonderful xxx Julie

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  8. Wonderful, wonderful shots..
    .sunshine and colour, perfect!!

    jeanne xx

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  9. Beautiful day you had! Can't wait to see more. I almost can smell the perfume of lavender soaps!
    Have fun!

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  10. Beautiful Pictures thank you for sharing!!!

    Brenda

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  11. I wish we were there too !
    Wonderful photos ! ( I saw something in the shop window that I want :)

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  12. wow, its a dream come true holiday, just too beautiful place to come and spend your vacations

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  13. I wish I was there too!! lovely tour! grazie mille!

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  14. Thank you for the tour! Such beautiful photographs.
    have nice visit.
    Teresa

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  15. Those pictures are so pretty and dreamy. I have never been there only in pictures like yours. Thanks for sharing. Now I can dream a little more.

    Janice

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  16. Those pictures are so pretty and dreamy. I have never been there only in pictures like yours. Thanks for sharing. Now I can dream a little more.

    Janice

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  17. Oh my, wish I was there too! :) It looks so beautiful!!! What a fabulous trip!

    Hugs ~

    :) T

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  18. Absolutely magical! xoxoxo www.1942charm.blogspot.com

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  19. Fabulous scenery, fabulous photos - simply fabulous!!!

    x

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  20. Lovely!!! want to go to Provence!!!!! and by the way, beautiful blog!

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  21. I hope you realise how lucky you are!!! Wow, such divine images - you totally transported me to France for a few moments there x

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  22. Beautiful photos Leeann and like all the others have said,"we want to be there too".

    Hugs
    Carolyn

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  23. How dreamy it is there! I just realized that I actually could translate several of the French words in your photos that I would have never known had I never found your blog! xo ~Lili

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  24. Merci for sharing
    such fabulous beauty!
    I'm dreaming...

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  25. Everything there looks so lovely...
    even simple facades and cafe...

    Thanks for sharing:)

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  26. What a lovely post and pics from beautiful Provence ~ I loved the movie "A Good Year" and will be so interested to see your photos from that gorgeous area.
    ~Dianne~

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  27. So lovely! Beautiful pictures and a heavenly place!

    xo

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  28. Dear Leann,

    Ah parting from Provence is such sweet sorrow! gorgeous images and memories for you!

    thanks for stopping by Chic Provence today, and travel safely home

    a la prochaine!

    Kit

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