Tuesday, May 1, 2012

Frais!


 Marché des Enfants Rouge.  If you are in the Marais, you must go here!

39 rue de Bretagne
Paris 75003

17 comments:

martinealison said...

J'aime beaucoup cette photo... J'aime l'ambiance des marchés...
gros bisous

ALAIN said...

Le poireau, c'est moins cher que le muguet, et dans un vase, c'est très décoratif !

Catherine said...

Yes the markets here are quite delightful....

laviolette said...

manifique photo, j"aime beaucoup aller en petites marchés , très pitoresques!

Vreni said...

I love the markets in Paris - which is funny because I don´t like the Viennese markets - especially the Marché des Enfants Rouges.

Peter Olson said...

I think I have been there - a few times, but never back with such a perfect photo! :-)

elena nuez said...

love Paris through your eyes!
I wish you a happy happy day,
elena

Cezar and Léia said...

Hmmmm, can almost smell it...
God bless you!
Cezar

LaPouyette said...

Beautiful image and vraiment frais!

Best wishes for a sunny May Day, Virginia and
warmest greetings from the Perigord,
karin

Daryl Edelstein said...

lovely veggies ...

Genie -- Paris and Beyond said...

Marie and I bought cheese for our soirée from a young woman here who helped us with our selections... Love this historied marché

Virginia said...

Alain, bonne idée! ;)

Kris said...

A great shot of my favorite foods! Would you just look at the beautiful color in all those vegetables!

PerthDailyPhoto said...

Being ever practical (how I can even write that haha!) I wonder how much leeks cost in a Paris market, they're so expensive here in Perth. Gorgeous 'fresh' image Virginia.

Alexa said...

I was and I did—but that was a whole year ago and I need another fix. Thanks for this lovely virtual visit, V!

Natalie said...

This might be the first image in Paris Vert series.
Oh Virginia, how I love your header photo!
Happy First Day of May.

Natalie

LA VIE EN ROSE said...

I miss the markets in Paris alright! the veg was so fresh and a lot of it I didn't even recognise! lovely to stroll through!

Sharon