It looks a bit like a village in Spain, which was painted blue (as a Smurfs village), just because of the release of the Smurf film. It is not this one, is it? Reply ↓
It looks a bit like a village in Spain, which was painted blue (as a Smurfs village), just because of the release of the Smurf film. It is not this one, is it?
I did not know they did that to a village in Spain just for a movie. This village is not that one however, this is Jodhpur India and it’s a fascinating place to visit. Thank you for commenting on this post, hope to hear from you again.
Nice capture 🙂
Thanks for visiting again, I love hearing your feedback. Take care!
Was curious and searched for the link to that Spanish village. Well, if you are intererested, here it is:
This is great! I had no idea – based on the article it looks like they decided to remain a blue town. Thanks for sending this to me.
Fantastic image and interesting back story! Thanx for sharing!
Very nice of you to take a look around and to start following my blog & thanks for the kind words!
I love the point of view, and I am wondering is this some sort of the town’s rule to paint all the building in blue 😀
Hello, thanks for stopping by my blog & having a look at my photo’s. In answer to your question, I don’t think it’s a rule as much as it has become a tradition. It is beautiful place to visit- Jodhpur India. Hope to speak to you again.
what a view!
Thank you. Great view and a beautiful place!
that is a super cool view 🙂
Thanks a lot Joshi! Nice of you to stop by again.
Wow it’s beautiful!! 🙂 Such original scenery :)) Thank for the follow btw 😉
No problem and likewise thanks for the follow and compliment.
Hei thatz something really unique and well framed shot too…
thanks for following my blog, c u around
Thank you! I look forward to your future posts.
Yes it was a gorgeous view indeed! Thanks for stopping by my blog, very nice of you to look around.
What a beautiful view! They paint their walls blue to ward off evil 🙂 It’s a lovely place, Jodhpur.
Yes it’s a gorgeous place! Thanks again for commenting.
Beautiful photo, and how fascinating to paint the walls blue to ward off evil! It certainly makes the place look very peaceful 🙂 Must visit the next time i visit India!
It’s a beautiful place and a must see when you visit next. Thanks for stopping by and commenting.
Wow! My favorite color is blues, so I would love to visit this place!
If blue is your colour you would love this beautiful city! Thanks for “liking” some of my photos and for the comments.
Than you for following my blog! Kind greetings.
“Striking” comes to mind!
Thanks Laurie, you just made my day :).
The visual of that blue village is stunning. Thanks for sharing your image.
Thank you Mark. And once again, you have a fantastic blog, some wonderful photos.
Some people I met while travelling went to the blue city – Jodhpur. I decided to go the pink city – Jaipur, but it turned out to be more dirty than pink. Still, I can’t complain, because I had great times with a Japanese girl I met there.
I’m glad it all worked out in the end. Perhaps you’ll get a chance to hit the Blue City in the future? Love the story, very happy to have you comment on my blog. All the best.
Well captured 🙂 the rich colours in your frame compliments each other. Beauty!
It was an amazing place to be, truly great experience. Thanks for the very kind compliment, it’s really appreciated :).
chef Chaouen in Morocco is another of the blue cities… haven’t been to either of them yet !
Why thank you for this information, I was not aware of this city in Morocco, I will have to look it up. Thanks for having a look around
I wasn’t either , until recently
here’s a video that has me dying to go here:
and I won’t be surprised if you are on a plane to Morocco soon to get here 🙂
You are right, if I could, I’d be packing my bags right now to go. What a beautiful and peaceful looking place, I’d love to capture some moments here. Can’t thank you enough for passing along this video 🙂
This is a Lovely Place to visit when you are in Jodhpur…The Blue color makes them so beautiful.. 😀
Nice Capture Mark.. 😀
Yes it was absolutely gorgeous, i would love to go back someday. Thanks for stopping by, hope to speak soon.
This is so beautiful! I love that the houses are all white or blue…so tranquil. Beautiful photos.
Thank you very much! This is indeed a very beautiful place situated in a gorgeous country. Thank you very much for taking a close look at my work, it’s really appreciated.
Fantastic picture – love it.
So nice of you to comment. Thanks a lot! Hope to speak soon. Cheers
I’ll take interesting. Thank you for stopping by.
stunning photos of India.
Hi Roshan. Thanks very much for commenting. It’s a beautiful country, I would love to go back on the near future.
Beautiful Capture! – Video is great too.. 🙂 Thanks so much for sharing!
hey Miss Lou, thank you for taking the time to have a look around and your many “likes”. It’s great having you around and hope to speak again. Cheers
Great photo. Beautiful place. I want to visit so many places… Thanks for sharing!
By the way, The Smurf Spanish village is Juzcar in the county of Malaga. But the truth is they paint the village in blue because it was a cheap paint! and not because of the film.
Thank you so much for going back to an older post and commenting. It really is a beautiful place with wonderful people. And thanks for the info regarding the village! Have a great day.
A stunning overview of a special town. Those blue houses makes for a eye catching contrast in the landscape. A great capture.
Thanks so much Otto. Recently I’ve tried my hand at a few local landscape photos and really enjoy the change from my traditional street style. Have a great day
Hopefully you will be posting some of them. 🙂