Tuesday, March 17, 2009

French Facades . . .

You may well come to the conclusion that the author of this blog is certifiably non compos mentis, an expression for which Wikipedia tells me : "Although used in law, this term can be used metaphorically or figuratively. This entails when one is a confused state or state lacking rational thinking. In English law, the rule of non compos mentis was most commonly used when the defendant invoked religious or magical explanations for behaviour."
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Well I'll be darned, doesn't all behavior have truly magical explanations ? ? ?
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Anyway, I'm in love with facades, as in the front of houses or other buildings, when they display serious signs of the passages of time. And I would love to see the interiors of some of these places. These two were found near Lyon, France, just a few days back.
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1 comment:

MichD said...

These are beautiful photos...I share the same love for building facades especially Parisian or of the French countryside.

Merci!