Sunday, October 2, 2016

I heart Jean Pierre!



The heart of BOQ (Bank of Queensland) reflected in the window of patisserie et boulangerie Jean Pierre Sancho on St. Georges Terrace. It's been a crazy, wild weather weekend so far in Perth, at times I have feared for the safety of my roof.. I really shouldn't jest, there's still time :) Hope the sun is shining down on you, it's only fair.. we do get more than our fair share of sunshine. Happy Sunday, take care and stay safe... P.s. don't you love the chandeliers.. la touche française! P.p.s. big catch up today!
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24 comments:

  1. make you day sunny even if there isn't any

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  2. I love the big yellow and blue heart!

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  3. Love the big colourful heart. The sun will be back for you, it's just delayed and running behind schedule. We had to have some of it here first. :)

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  4. The heart is nice. October can be quite warm, but not this year, it seems.

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  5. It has been a drizzly day here but is supposed to be sunny and warm again next week!

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  6. That is such a colourful heart.
    Hope your weather improves - stay safe.

    All the best Jan

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  7. That looks like a fun place to visit. Hopefully tasty as well.

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  8. Fine reflections in all that glass. Thank you for your recent comments to my blog. Always enjoy hearing from you.

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  9. Last night was a bit hairy! Still much better than the rest of the world. Take care & stay SAFE. xx

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  10. cityscape reflections are always so multi-layered!!

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  11. It is coming into windy / rainy season here in N. California. But the golden leaves, golden light and cooler temps have enraptured me. Would love to meet you there for a cuppa!

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  12. Very nice reflection, hope the weather will improve for you and you roof will stay safe. Happy Sunday.

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  13. What with all the French references, I wonder what that Swedish "heart" is doing in the window? Blue and yellow...Swedish colors! Great reflection, G.

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  14. Just yesterday I forgot again to take the cam to the loo at Zea´s to take a pic of the chandeliers there, Grace.
    And yes, rainy yesterday, sunny today, your wishes arrived. Good luck with the roof!

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  15. Nice reflections Grace. I do hope the weather starts to warm up soon, getting tired of all the wind and rain.

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  16. A pretty place to stay some hour...Arianna

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  17. Excellent reflection! I like how the reflection is surrounded by the chandeliers! :-)

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  18. There is something nicely out of kilter between antique chandeliers and glass walls.

    Work has been brutal since we got home. Trying to get back to commenting more regularly.

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  19. Next time take us inside. Keep safe in the wild weather.

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  20. Whata great mural full of things to see

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  21. We had a strange month weather-wise. It was warmer in September compared with August. Can't remember when that happened last time if ever.

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  22. Nice photo and reflection! We're on the other end of the spectrum here. I wish we would get some weather, but mostly some rain. It's been summer for a long time here.

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