September 23, 2012

Amboise: Doorway in Town

While Leonardo DaVinci may have enjoyed secret passageways that connected King Francois I‘s castle to his home at Clos Luce so he could travel between the two places unnoticed, we had to use the cobblestone streets.  At least our journey included a view of this gorgeous, half-timbered house, this beautiful window, and the cool, old doorway below.

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  1. It looks like it doesn’t go through! How awesome! I don’t know if you ever saw the movie Labyrinth, but in it she’s running down a long stone wall hallway and realizes there are doorways in the walls that trick your eyes into thinking it’s a plain wall! HAHAHA! I think I watch too many movies 😛

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Shutterbug Sage began as a 365 photo project.

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