One of my favourite things to do in Plobsheim was to aimlessly walk around the small village while taking in its subtle beauty. I really couldn't get enough of the window shutters and flower gardens. I felt like a creep pointing my camera lens at people's windows. It made me a little nervous but I couldn't help myself so I did it anyway. As I walked around, I also couldn't help but draw similarities to the Japanese aesthetic I experienced travelling in Japan. Japanese people have this beautiful flowing organic way about potted plants and gardens and I see the French have their own flare for this kind of simple beauty. Even the houses had a calm, tidy design to them. However, the pink house was a little too flamingo-esque for my taste.