Mellow Monday: Falling for France

Welcome to Mellow Monday, a picture post with beautiful photos from around the web!

Sit back and relax as we present this week’s theme:

Autumn in France

 

France is such a beautiful place to be in during the autumn.

 

Fall in Lyon, France

Via Jeke’s Photos@Flickr

 

Having lived in sunny SoCal for the most part, I’ve never been able to see fall scenery like this. But the colors of the leaves are absolutely stunning!

 

Fall in Grenoble, France

Via Michele*mp@Flickr

Here’s a red November in Alsace. The leaves look as bright as fire!

 

Fall in Alsace, France

Via Philippe Sainte-Laudy@Flickr

 

Another of Alsace…

 

Fall in Alsace, France

Via Rich2012@Flickr

 

And one last one out of the woods in Alsace!

 

Fall in Alsace, France

Via Batikart@Flickr

 

Look at those fields of gold lining the hills…

 

Fall in Les Marches, France

Via Michele*mp@Flickr

 

An autumn sunset by the lakeside in Lyon…

 

Fall in Lyon, France

Via Jeke’s Photos@Flickr

 

I’d love to be able to see this in person, these autumn woods are so enchanting.

 

Lac Des Gaillands: public park in Chamonix, France

Via Genyphyr@Flickr

 

Here’s Paris in November. I love that carousel, it’s so beautiful and matches the fall colors.

 

Fall in Paris, France

Via Lennert van den Boom@Flickr

 

And here’s a gorgeous overhead shot of Paris. The white buildings look like winter closing in on the autumn park…

 

Fall in Paris, France

Via Lennert van den Boom@Flickr

 

Tell me, where’s your favorite place to be in autumn? Leave a comment, I’d love to see autumn in other places around the world!

 

Hope you enjoyed this week’s Mellow Monday!

See our Pinterest board Falling for France for more!

 

Brighten up your autumn table with Couleur Nature’s Jardine collection of French Linens, filled with fiery reds and golden yellows!

Couleur Nature Jardine Collection of French Linens

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