That is really a cool alley. (No pun intended).Sunny :)
Wow - truly a alley filled with texture and very interesting at that. Probably no sun has touched that pavement for a very long time. It looks very 'close'.
Very lovely snaps. This narrow alleys are cold and have something about them that can not be explained.
Love it. It must have been a cold clear day :)
Should have tried the crepes in the place on the right, might have warmed you up. Good shot of a 'typical' street in some of the old town areas that we get around Europe.
oh my friend, fabulous pictures and I almost can feel cold here too!Was a rainy day?Okay, I need to find more information about this lovely city, maybe it's not far away from here.I would love to know that church there. ;) I remember your post some time ago about it.Great pictures!Thanks for sharingGod bless youLéia
The good thing with cold alleys is that you have a very good reason to enter into the Teddy bears shop (on the left) or the tea room (on the right) to drink a hot chocolate!that's why I love cold weather! Ü
the dolls in the window....r kinda eerie ...love the shot.....
I can´t see the coldness just a picturesque french alley. I have to take your word for it.
I really like first photo!!!
Cold but beautiful.I just adore France.
Rainy days can be cold, especially if you're used to a warm and sunny Californian climate! It does make a pretty picture though!
I was in Chartres in May several years ago. It was balmy and beautiful. The cathedral in magnificant. Love your picture showing their narrow streets.
A magic street.. where I would like to walk along with my camera.. :)
Makes me want to run down that Alley. I like the angle and the street- nice one
James, this narrow alley is so picturesque.Juergen