Categories Architecture Sologne Teacups on a Well – Tasses à thé sur un puits Post author By avril Post date June 21, 2015 8 Comments on Teacups on a Well – Tasses à thé sur un puits It’s without doubt the most original decoration I’ve seen on a traditional Sologne well so far! C’est sans doute le décor le plus original que j’ai vu sur un puits traditionnel solognot jusque-là ! Tags puit solognot, wells in Sologne ← A Church with Turrets – Une église à tourelles → Waiting at the Traffic Lights – En attendant le feu vert 8 replies on “Teacups on a Well – Tasses à thé sur un puits” What an interesting capture. I’ve not experienced a well like this. Is it normal for them to be decorated? They are very common here (the wells I mean) but usually decorated with flowers: http://www.aussieinfrance.com/2014/08/blois-chambord-cycling-itinerary-11-11bis/. I’ll have to watch out for more. Thanks for the link. I enjoyed your cycle and the beautiful reflections of cloud and Chateau. I can well understand your frustration with the nuclear plant. I’ll have to look out for the wells in October. We are visiting friends an hour south of Geneva. That is so cute!! Isn’t it just? Cute without being too kitch. Very different. The structure looks very old. It looks to me like there was a huge intake of air and it sucked the dishes right off the dining room table. Maybe this is the entrance to Wonderland, and they needed more tea service for Alice. Stuart, you have the most amazing imagination! Leave a Reply Cancel replyYour email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment Name * Email * Website Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.