Eguisheim in Alsace, France, is full of colorful houses, colorful flowers and colorful signs. And Eguisheim is full with many white storks. I call that a colorful village.
A coverlet made in crochet is a classic.
And a Monday morning market marker.
This sign, seen in Venice.
Made especially for the gondoliers?
The traditional gardens in the north of Holland are well kept in straight lines.
Someone needed a little extra.
Colorful people and all kinds of inspirations for Dries van Noten are shown in Momu Antwerpen.
The stripey houses in Waterland are made of wood painted in white and green.
The characteristic old wooden buildings are traditional and are still used as houses.
Marken was a separate municipality until 1991, then it was merged into Waterland.
Red white and blue striped pole in Marken.
Red white and blue is not just a Dutch marker.
It is a traditional and international sign; Barber Shop.