Monday, September 30, 2013


Dreamy atmospheres in a little mountain village... The changing colors of the leaves and the autumn mist of a rainy day make the atmosphere soft and dream-like... The little village of Exilles is especially known for its Fortress.


Hilde said...

An amazing series of photos, Anna, I love them. What a beautiful place, and what an atmosphere, I would love to walk around there! The fortress looks interesting, and the cloudy autumn coloured mountains are stunning.
Thanks for sharing!
Have a wonderful new week.
Hugs :) said...

Adorable photos !!!! Thank you for sharing , dear Annuk !!!!
Polla filakia !!!!

Kirsti said...

Aivan ihanat kuvat. Tuo kivitalot ja nuo portaat ja rosoiset seinät on kauniita ♥

Annuk said...

Thank you Hilde! :)
As a lover of Nature and dreamy atmospheres yourself, I knew you were going to love this! :) Thank you for your lovely comment!
Have a wonderful week! Hugs :)

Thank you Niki mou!!!
Have a lovely week! Polla filakia!!!

Thank you Kirsti! :)
I'm glad you enjoyed the pictures!
Have a lovely week!

eleni said...

Realy amazing pictures!
So beautiful place!

ariadne said...

What a beautiful village! I guess the person who chose to paint his house red amidst all those grey and brown ones was really brave!AriadnefromGreece!

DIMI said...

Gia sou fili mou Annuk!!!
Such beauty in your pictures!!!
Gorgeous images of Autumn on the Alps!!What a preety village!!I like the stone walls!!!And i can feel the air after the rain!!!It's like heaven!!Have a lovely new week my friend!!Filakia to you,Zoe and Lilli!!!

Dori Janki said...

These are breath-taking! I especially love the little wisps of clouds, but I love them all. So magical!

JuanitaTortilla said...

A la Great Wall of China? Just kidding. These are really nice pictures. Hope you stayed warm!

Μαρία Έλενα said...

Nice photos
Kisses ...

Mariette VandenMunckhof-Vedder said...

Dearest Anna,
What a dreamy village in the mountains at this time of the year. Time for collecting Boletus... or Porcini as you call them.

Yael said...

Wonderful photos Anna! :-)

Funky Monkey said...

What a wonderful little village in the mountains! Thank you for sharing these beautiful images with us!
Polla filakia, kalo mina!

Hanne Bente said...

WAU - where some beautiful pictures. Thank you for sharing them with us. Wishing you and Zoe a good Tuesday :) Hugs Hanne Bente ♥

Christa Mavropoulou said...

ein toller Nebel Post liebe Annuk.Unsere Orte sehen so ähnlich aus,ausser die Gebäude.Die Du fotografiert hast sehen echt fantastisch und interessant aus!!!
Ich wünsche Dir einen schönen Oktober Monat

Annuk said...

Thank you for all your beautiful comments, my friends!!!! ♥

Thank you Eleni! :)
I'm so happy to see you here! :) Filakia!!!

Thank you Ariadne! :)
That's true! A brave person indeed! :D Filakia!

Thank you Dimi mou! :)
I'm so glad you enjoyed my photo tour!
Polla filakia to you! Kalo mina!!!!

Thank you Dori! :)
I'm so glad you enjoyed!!! xo

Thank you Juanita! :)

Thank you Maria Elena! :)

Thank you Mariette! :)
It's indeed a dreamy time in the mountains... and yes, time for porcini! :D Hugs to you!

Thank you Yael! :)

Thank you Elli mou! :)
I'm glad you enjoyed! Polla filakia kai kalo mina!!!

Thank you Hanne Bente! :)
Hugs from us!

Danke liebe Christa!
Auch Dir wünsche ich einen schönen Oktober! Polla filakia!!!

Magia da Inês said...

°º✿♫♫° ·.
Passei para uma visita.
Lugar tranquilo, lindo, como um sonho mesmo!!!

Beijinhos do Brasil. °º✿♫
¸.•°♡♡° ·.

Annuk said...

Thank you Ines! :)

Carrie said...

Utterly stunning my love! What a beautiful place xxx

Sophie said...

Amazing photos!!!!!!!!!!

Pallavi said...

Hi Annuk,

Stumbled across your blog and loved the post above. The place is right our of a postcard, so scenic and beautiful :)

A new follower added to your list :)


Annuk said...

Thank you, sweet Carrie! :)

Thank you Sophie! :)

Thank you for visiting my blog, Pallavi! :)

OnePerfectDay said...

Amazing pictures!
Breathtaking views!

Annuk said...

Thank you!!! :)

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