Daily post photo challenge- Boundaries in a Parisian suburb city

In response to The Daily Post’s weekly photo challenge: “Boundaries.”

I took a leisurely Saturday afternoon to do this week’s photo challenge. I found a few examples of boundaries in my town. I live in a Parisian suburb city named Sceaux          (located about 10 km from Paris).

Many of the city’s inhabitants commute via the suburban train lines to work. Boundaries separate the little train station from the foot bridge near the station.


Near the adjacent streets, huge green fences mark the boundaries between the street and the rails.


In town, this retirement home is an extreme example of boundaries on buildings. There are railings galore for the safety and protection of its residents.


Finally, nature can also be put in man made boundaries… or make its own boundaries.


Man made boundary in a small park.


The natural boundary between the summer flowers and the grass…


Finally, Autumn hues on vegetation that is growing  on the fence of a neighboring building. Nature uses man made items to make its own boundaries.


Check out more photos at the  Daily post photo challenge .



6 thoughts on “Daily post photo challenge- Boundaries in a Parisian suburb city

  1. Hi Barbara. Excellent post .Boundaries are important in all aspects of life as we know. 😊.. take care Anne xox

    1. Good morning Anne,
      Thank you so much. I had a good time photographing yesterday.
      Yes, boundaries are necessary is life; they protect from danger or harm, and make us aware of what is important.
      Thank you for stopping by. Hugs! XX

    1. Hi!
      Thank you; I found quite a few boundaries in town! Yes, that railroad station is in the company of bridges! You can see the second one inside the station. Thanks for your comment; come again soon!

    1. Hi Rita,
      Thank you, dear. I am not the only one with a keen eye… You have helped me more than once with your keen eye in Genealogy. 🙂
      Sending love XOX.

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