Monday, November 30, 2009

Mellow Yellow Monday

Today I have taken a return trip to Cork, Ireland.  This beautiful old house in the city center seems so fragile set between two much sturdier-looking neighbors..



Hard to think about the recent flooding that may have damaged some of these lovely buildings.

Mellow Yellow Monday is hosted by Drowsy Monkey here.  There's a lot of yellow in the world on Monday morning. 

14 comments:

My Memories and Crystals said...

pretty photo, I like the clock too, thanks for sharing

His Unfailing Love said...

What a place, it's cool and cute.

My Family Daily Adventure said...

There's flood in our place too. That's true, it damages pretty buildings.

marites1034 said...

gee, i hate to think that this pretty building got damaged by the flood. hope not.have a good week ahead!

storyteller at Small Reflections said...

What a delightful structure ... perfect for MYM but this photo would certainly 'work' for Blue Monday and Window Views as well ;-)
Hugs and blessings,

JunieRose2005 said...

This is really lovely to look at!

I love the contrast- especially to the one at the right!

Very interesting post!


Junie

Dimple said...

That's a nice old building, I hope it wasn't damaged...floods are not friendly to structures.
Thanks for the visit!

Rudee said...

That's a great looking shop and a perfect Mellow Yellow offering.

Ginny said...

Lovely buildings..I'd be interested to see what the rest look like! You've been to Ireland? I've always wanted to go there and to Wales

scribbler said...

Still looks classic though. Love it's design actually.

hip chick said...

I was in Cork in August but we just drove through. I loved Ireland and would love to live there! Don't you just love all the bright and pretty colors.

Manang Kim said...

Wow because of the yellow color the building looks stunting among the other building.


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diane said...

A great shot of that interesting yellow building. I was fascinated with all the different colours of buildings in Ireland when I visited a few years ago.

Mimi said...

It is lovely, and I agree it's fragile looking. Given the nature of the business in that building, I'd say it's fragile on the inside too!

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