More Collioure

  • Posted Nov. 16, 2010 by Lizby1 Viewed 1458 times
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After lunch and a couple of galleries we decided it was time for a sit down again.

This uy played very well - or maybe it was the amount of wine consumed at lunch that made him sound so good!

The buildings were beautiful colours.

The bridge again, looking out to sea.

Love this colour -
Question - why do sunny places have brightly coloured buildings and alot of cold places have grey buildings - surely the cold places need the bright colours?

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      2010.11.17 Edited

      i 'heart' the balconies. good point on colours.
      in newfoundland, the houses are very bright, and the climate is very grey. but i think that's a tax write-off--they use the same paint for their fishing boats and houses.

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      2010.11.17 Edited

      LOL @ your comment. That's some purty at that place.

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      2010.11.16 Edited

      what a lovely place!

      i have no idea about the colours. in vancovuer everything is green, brown , gray - just like the n ature. very subdued. and in sunny mexico- the colours are bright and it works so well.