More Views of Roussillon

 Being such a colorful village, it is hard to resist taking many photos as you explore the village of Roussillon.

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 A stariway up to a gate to, I think, a private home. I loved the rust hues.

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The pinkish clock tower

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 An arch leading to a lookout. You can see that the country beyond isn’t ochre hued but the regular greens and browns seen down below in the valley.

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 I was rather taken with these chickens but, as I need furniture and really don’t have a place for said chickens, I passed. 

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 I liked these dishes too. I think they would be fun to serve hors d’ouvres in or maybe desserts. Didn’t get them, though.

12 thoughts to “More Views of Roussillon”

  1. Great eye for framing, LInda. What are those two little people to the right of the bottom photo? They seem to be embracing.

  2. More beautiful photos from you! thank you.
    the chickens were adorable; I could just see one tucked under my arm trying to board a plane home…

  3. What is it with Europeans and their steps.
    They are never nice and straight and regular!
    They are alway higgeldy piggeldy – all odd angles and odd sizes – I wonder what the rate of falls from steps is in Europe?
    Anyway, I think they are just beautiful – amazing colour in that first shot.

  4. I hope I’ll be able to visit Roussillon from Montpellier…These pictures are absolutely gorgeous and I love all of the rust and amber tones of the village.

  5. JUMPING UP AND DOWN, WAVING MY ARMS, DO I HAVE YOUR ATTENTION????????????????

    I WANT THOSE CHICKENS !!!!!!!!!!

    Ok, calmed down a bit now (panting, blood racing, heart pounding – I’m not getting any younger and this is proof).

    *sigh*

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