21 mars 2006

La maison Milliére en détails ...

Je n'avais porté attention aux détails que nous offre la maison Millière. En se rapprochant, on peut s'appercevoir que cette maison nous cache 10 petites têtes différentes, qui sont sculptées dans le bois sur la façade.

I had never paid attention to the details which offers to us the Millière house. While approaching, we can discover that this house hides us 10 small different heads, which are carved in wood on the frontage.


Blogger midnitebara said...

that head gives me the creeps! did you look for the others too?

21 mars, 2006 09:11  
Blogger Lisi said...

Hi Arnaud, glad that your blog is back and it's a nice photo, older European architecture do have very special details.

21 mars, 2006 09:34  
Blogger Nicola said...

Very nice catch. I noticed that I started to pay more attention to details nowadays, too. Especially since I keep looking for good shots for the blogs... It's funny how they filled the space between the timbers with the bricks...

21 mars, 2006 09:58  
Blogger Arnaud said...

I just have another one. You can have a look here : http://www.moredijondailyphoto.blogspot.com/

21 mars, 2006 10:05  
Blogger Rob said...

Nice detail.

21 mars, 2006 16:17  
Blogger Terra Vecchia said...

est ce que les tétes sont dans un but de religion?
nous en corse sur certaine chappelle il y a enormement de détails comme celui là
a la prochaine

21 mars, 2006 16:35  
Anonymous grainofsand said...

Nice architecture. Great pictures you have here.

21 mars, 2006 19:21  
Blogger chris.h. said...

Thats a nice picture.Im sure I can see 2 heads..is that not an elephants head at the bottom?? haha.

21 mars, 2006 22:19  
Blogger mea said...

It's also impressive that the heads are still in good condition. How old is the house?

22 mars, 2006 00:35  
Blogger Arnaud said...

>Le grain se sel
Je ne sais pas si ces sculptures ont une connotation religieuse, ou si c'est pour chasser les mauvais esprits, mais à l'origine, c'est simplement une boutique. Si quelqu'un a une répose ...


You're true! It could be an elephant, i'm not sure, i just have to return to confirm! But i didn't saw this detail before !!

This house was created in 1483, it's one of the oldest building of dijon.

22 mars, 2006 09:12  
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