Almost certainly not.
Difficult to tell. You can never be sure.
All were photographed at Ferrière-Larçon on New Year’s Eve.
Bon weekend !!
It's so difficult to tell.We never know if shops are open here because they won't turn the lights on and waste electricity.SP
Lovely, jean. We too have perfected the peeling shutters effect, so that our cottage stays integrated and doesn't stand out from the crowd. :-)
Just a quick addendum to say that I hope you don’t mind, but I’ve chosen you as one of my five blogs for the Liebster Blog award. If you’d like to drop by and pick it up, you can copy the image direct from my post. I hope lots of people enjoy finding your blog.
Many houses ripe for restoration, I'm sure.
We have a house not far from us which looks a complete disaster and in one place the roof has fallen in. But I often hear voices behind the wall and I see washing on the line. Very odd!!! Diane
If it's empty, it's mine.I always thought of a "chateau" in France. This would be a start.Peut-être.
I think you guessed right. I'm pretty sure someone lives in the top and bottom houses.
Dear Jean,I've arrived at your blog after reading Perpetua's yesterday. Congratulations on the award she gave you. Per your suggestion, I read your first posting, "In the Beginning," and I plan to go and read other earlier postings when time permits. Keeping up with blogging certainly takes a lot of time. But I so want to read about living in France. Years ago I studied the language in college and feel in love with all things French.Peace.
I often wonder as I wander Sevilla, too. Beautiful photos.