K’Lee Dale’s Cosmic Photo Challenge


This  is  a photo  of  the  interior  of  the  best  Gite  we  have  ever  stayed in  in Normandy. I put  an antique   blush on  the photo.


This  is  a view  of  the  kitchen  in  the  Gite.  I  put  an antique  colour  boost  on  this  one.


These  are  stairs inside a  church in Normandy. I  put  a  red blush on  them  because  I  had  seen  what  Dale  had  done  with  a  red  blush  on  some  stairs and it  really  took my  imagination!


This  is  photo in  the  same  church ,  showing  a beautiful  stain glass window.

This  is  part  of   K’lee and Dale’s Cosmic Photo Challenge on Monday.This week’s theme is Interiors.

Rules  and  Pingback  here 


Dale’s Post  is  here  

K’Lee’s  post  will be  here



13 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. dalecooper57
    Jan 16, 2017 @ 19:41:25

    Great selection. I like the look of the gite, both as art and as accommodation.
    My stairs really are painted bright red, I’ve just upped the saturation a little and boosted the contrast.

    {Pssst, check your post’s title}


  2. Eric Alagan
    Jan 16, 2017 @ 20:40:42

    I’ve been away so long – Willow dear – did not realize this talent of yours. Lovely.


  3. socialbridge
    Jan 16, 2017 @ 22:28:54

    Great photos, Willow.


  4. Tricia
    Jan 17, 2017 @ 14:22:40

    Beautiful photos Willow, as always! I was in Normandy a couple of years ago for the first time and absolutely fell in love with it.

    Silly question, what is a gite?


  5. Judy E Martin
    Jan 17, 2017 @ 18:21:12

    I love how you have played with the photos, Willow. Very effective 🙂


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