Wednesday, November 28, 2012

Somewhere In France

Would someone please tell me( in the comments) what is going on with this post today (March 04, 2013) There has been 2,655 views in the last few hours. Just curious about what is going on here. ENJOY! :-)

What a nice bunch of visitors from FACEBOOK! Thank you all for answering my question (ABOVE) I understand now what has happened to my stats. THANK YOU ALL FOR VISITING today and for kindly explaining what has been going on. 

In all the searches I have done looking at French architecture, I have never found anything like this. It is a little slice of magic. I want to move in and plant lots of pretty beds of flowers and flowering trees. And no, I didn't find it in Pinterest (I have never joined). I bet it will be there before the day is over. ;-D

65 comments:

  1. My goodness, Catherine, it's like what fanciful dreams are made of! Absolutely adorable!

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  2. catherine,
    il faut venir en France ...

    et .. ne plus repartir .

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  3. Catherine,

    Si je suis venu, je parie que je ne voudrais jamais rentrer à la maison.

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  4. Hello catherine,
    How absolutely enchanting. It looks like it belongs in Bell's village in Disney's beauty and the Beast. It has to be one of the most welcoming buildings I've ever seen. Lovely.
    Big hug,
    Giac

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  5. It's breathtaking!! Thanks for sharing it! And you were right about it heading straight for Pinterest, just pinned it to my 'exterior features' board (do you know the original source of the image?).

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  6. Hi Norma,

    No, I am afraid I cannot tell you the original source of the photo. I really wanted to see more pictures of the house from different angles but this was all I found. XXX

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  7. Wow, it is a dream!! Ready to be build in miniature ;)!
    Greetings, Ilona

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  8. Totally enchanting.....I would move-in in a heart beat!!!!

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  9. Oh, that is a magical little house! I wonder what the inside looks like? Thanks so much for sharing this♥

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  10. cannot believe it is real!! wonderful.

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  11. It reminds me of the little buildings in Marie Antoinette's fantasy village at Versailles. LOVE it!

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  12. Ok so now we will have to build it in miniature for you...

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  13. Es una casa hermosa, gracias por compartirla.
    Un abrazo

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  14. It is just gorgeous, Catherine :-)

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  15. Es como un sueño, gracias por compartirla.
    Un beso

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  16. A truly wonderful and unique property, This reminds me of something similar i visited a few years back, i would imagine being very snug indeed in the depth of winter with a nice log fire. Wonderful Post Catherine and many thanks for sharing.

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  17. It looks like a pretty great space, but I am wondering from an architect's perspective how they water-proofed the walls along side the bluff? LOL

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  18. Troy,

    Maybe the exterior has a moisture barrier of some kind. Though I can't imagine where the weep holes would be.

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  19. Estoy enamorada de tu blog.
    Me parece uno de los mejores
    Gracias por compartirlo

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  20. So beautiful! :) I am hosting a miniature gnome fìgiveaway, and they would perfectly fit into such a home! :D
    Have a nice Sunday!

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  21. Beautiful! I discover your blog with Pinterest! Join us!!

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  22. oh so beautiful, I found the link....http://www.panoramio.com/photo/32516497

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  23. Looks like a tiny Duplex. ;)

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  24. cute! but a tiny bit creepy...

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  25. Tiny House Design linked you on Facebook. :)

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  26. Tiny House Design linked you on Facebook. :)

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  27. The post found its way to a Facebook page on Tiny Houses. People love tiny houses and this one is a real charmer.

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  28. I popped by via Tiny House Blog @ FB!

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  29. It was featured in a FB link by the tiny house site/blog and another site.

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  30. appeals to the Tiny House movement now underway, and looks so Fairy Tale-esk. My son re-posted it on facebook and that's how I came to see it. Very cute. I'd love to see the inside!

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  31. Tiny House blog. I believe they're out of Oregon, posted the photo on their facebook page. That's how it's spreading around facebook.

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  32. You were featured on Tiny House Design's facebook page which was shared by Tiny House Blog's facebook page.

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  33. It's called going viral - people love this little house, and it has been shared on Facebook quite a lot in the past day or so!

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  34. Catherine, the picture you posted here was shared on Facebook today by Tiny House blog with a link to your blog so that probably accounts for the sudden spike in traffic! Cute house!

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  35. It got posted to the "Tiny House Design" page on Facebook; it's been shared about 1,200 times so far...

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  36. It was posted on Tiny House Blog's page on FaceBook, that's probably why you are experiencing more traffic today. Awesome place.
    ~ Meron

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  37. This post has been pinned in Facebook! It is sooo cute that everyone comes here to see where it can be...
    Nice blog Catherine!

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  38. This pic was featured on the Tiny Home blog I follow. Love it!

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  39. this photo was posted on a Facebook page and linked to your blog, that is why you are getting so many views

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  40. This post was featured on some tiny house Facebook pages, and it probably lead to all the hits you're getting.

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  41. hi! your picture has been featured on Facebook, with link to your blog, and it's being shared like crazy. that's how i got here!

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  42. hi, this picture is being shared like crazy on Facebook, and there's a link to your blog, so i think that explains it! beautiful picture!

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  43. This picture hit facebook today with over a thousand shares so far ... that's why your counts went up.

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  44. Your photo is being passed around on Facebook with a link to this site. Congratulations. Perhaps it has gone viral. I think this fact points to a deep desire for us all to find simpler pleasures in life.

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  45. Tiny House designs posted this photo on Facebook and everyone (including me) keeps sharing this gem!

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  46. Hi Tiny House Design on facebook has posted this and that's how i am here, has about the same number of likes too so assuming that is the reason.

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  47. One of the reasons for views: your blog post was re-posted as a link on facebook by Tiny House Blog: for people interested in living small or "small architecture... Thats why I'm here anyway, to see if there was more info or pics of this lovely little place. Thanks for posting!

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  48. here's the link :)

    http://www.facebook.com/#!/TinyHouseBlog

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  49. Possibly because Tiny House listed it on Facebook :) Beautiful.

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  50. I came via the Tiny House Blog's facebook feed.

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  51. LOVE IT LOVE IT LOVE IT! You should know by now that people are enchanted with the Tiny house movement. "The Movement" is gaining momentum pretty much in every part of the USA. This is not a new concept nor a new dream. This is practicality in today's society.

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  52. A fairy tale come to life. I wonder what the square footage, or square meters are inside. Could be bigger than it looks.

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  53. It is so magical! I'd love to see the interior.

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  54. I got here from Pinterest :) I love tiny houses! This one is awesome!

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  55. Yep you were right I just Pinned it! lol

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  56. Josephine HumphreysMarch 11, 2013 at 11:23 AM

    This house is in Veyrac, France. VAYRAC [46] - Maison de conte de fées à Mezels (octobre 2008)
    Photographer: michel chanaud

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  57. Hi, Catherine :. I came via Pinterest a moment ago. Would LOVE to live in here. Your miniature artwork are totally gorgeous!.

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  58. this cottage is so charming that i tried to make in mini http://minipatouillis.blogspot.fr/2013/05/une-maison-de-conte-de-fees-en-bristol.html

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    1. You did a beautiful job making the miniature! WELL DONE! :-) XXX

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