Just as I was wondering what to post for today’s Bytes I received an email from Leo sending pics of wonderful little villages and streets that look like they have sprung from fairy tales and postcards.
At a time when there is so much sadness and ugliness in the world, it is refreshing to take a moment out and do the pictorial equivalent of smelling the flowers . . .
Beautiful flowers hanging off the balconies in Cagnes-sur-Mer, Provence, France.
After the rain in Bibury, England, United Kingdom.
A quaint little town called Rothenburg ob der Tauber, located in Germany.
A magnificent waterfall in Gásadalur, Faroe Islands.
The breathtaking view in Hallstatt, Austria.
A beautiful, sunny day in Bagnone, Italy.
Manarola, one of the five famous Cinque Terre towns in Italy.
A quiet, traditional town called Gokayama in Japan.
Waves crashing against the shore of the small fishing town of Hamnøy in Norway.
Local residents tending to their daily tasks in Eguisheim, France.
Mother Nature takes over this abandoned fishing village in the Shengsi Islands, China.
Clouds wrapping themselves around the towering mountain in Renndølsetra, Norway.
The Winter Wonderland in Shirakawa, Japan.
The impressive island that is Monemvasia, Greece.
One of the many beautiful mountain villages in China.
Gorgeous roses lining the exterior walls of houses in Penne, France.
The incredible view in this small town in Oia, Greece is simply breathtaking.
The spectacular Foroglio Waterfall can be seen from this quaint little town in Foroglio, Switzerland.
The small town of Bled stands proudly in front of the Julian Alps in Slovenia.
These snow-covered houses in Røros, Norway look just like something out of a Christmas tale.
A more detailed look at some of the above villages, and more fairy tale village views, in future Bytes.