This week’s photo challenge happens to be a favorite of mine: Pattern. I adore the patterns of the brilliant rusty orange-colored tiled rooftop found in homes throughout the world. Two places in particular have my favorite styles: Southern France and Antigua, Guatemala. Here is a sample of some of the dynamic patterned rooftops I’ve captured throughout my travels.
The South of France
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These photos are awesome.
Thanks Cee!!! 🙂
I also love those red tile roofs.
Thanks! 🙂 They are so lovely!
Nice set of images for the challenge .
Thanks! I have’t checked out yours yet…will do later on today! 🙂
Gorgeous! Which part of the South of France are they from?
When we were in France a few weeks ago, we spent some time in Marseille and took a day tour through the perched villages of Luberon. They were amazing! I just haven’t gotten to posting from there yet as I still have zillions left from Paris! I love the South of France!!!!
So do I 🙂
Love the clay tiles. They are very expensive here in Philadelphia. Nice to see them repaired with the same type.
Yes I love them too! WIsh I could have them on my house!
SO DO I !!!!
I like the little balcony on your last photo very much!
you inspired me to post some roof patterns too:
Thanks! I saw your post and it is wonderful!!! 🙂
Thanks third eye…just love em. You’re getting me ready to go to Italy next week.
Italia! Lucky you! I love Italy. Love the food, the wine, the culture, the beautiful places. Can’t wait to see your pictures! 🙂
Can’t wait to start shooting. My camera gear is all packed.
What part are you going to? So envious as I really love Italy! The weather should be good too! It was actually really cold in Paris when we were there but much better in Southern France. Spring hadn’t come yet which was disappointing to not see everything in bloom.
Heading first to the Amalfi Coast for a couple of weeks. Them, on to Rome for a week.
Truly wonderful, I love all the colours on the rooftops. Here in Canada, we sadly mostly see asphalt tile and mostly in black.
Thanks! I live in Minneapolis and here in the city we have all old homes of different styles. Some do have the gorgeous tile roofs but they are very expensive. I love the look though!