Tuesday, 16 February 2016

Brocante Food Stall

A vegetable stall at a Brocante
in France last summer.
Delicious red tomatoes and strawberries
grown locally.

I'm joining Gemma for Ruby Tuesday Too
thank you for hosting.

Thank you for popping in to say hello!

Take care and
be kind to one another.

à bientôt



Pondside said...

An hours - just one hours please, in such a market. I promise I wouldn't ask for more! (she says with fingers crossed behind her back!)

Angie said...

Just perfect! Thanks for your visit.

Draffin Bears said...

Dear Shane,

The photos of the Market are lovely and weren't the markets in France a wonderful place to go and stock up on fruit and vegetables.
Thanks for your visit earlier and yes, loving the shower of rain here for the garden and water tanks.
Enjoy the rest of the week

Dagmar said...

Not only do you miss your sweet little ones, but you must miss the taste of France as well. Don't work too hard.:)

Tammy@T's Daily Treasures said...

When we stayed in Paris, a flea market popped up over night, was there the whole day, and by evening it was gone. Covered several blocks and was pretty impressive how organized it was.

Rajesh said...

There is lot of food here. Something for everyone.

Madeline's Album said...

Nice post and photos. Have a blessed day. Madeline

Jeanie said...

Looks ao summery! A reminder of "someday!"

Pamela Gordon said...

It sure would be nice to taste some freshly picked, sun-warmed tomatoes and strawberries right now. Have a lovely week Shane.

Janneke said...

I love visiting French fresh food markets. Sungrown tomatoes and strawberries so much better than the watery tomatoes we have here in winter or imported strawberries.

Susan Heather said...

I love markets wherever they are. More years than I care to remember since I was at a French one.

Rain here today - lovely!!

Marilyn Miller said...

Fresh tomatoes and strawberries sound just lovely. How I am looking forward to both of those in the coming months.

handmade by amalia said...

I love a fresh food stand. So much nicer than shopping in a supermarket.

AnnMarie aka Vintage Junkie aka NaNa said...

Oh, I can't wait for the fresh air markets of summer to be here again! We have to dig out of 2 feet of snow first!

Prunella Pepperpot said...

Thankyou for your visit.
The market stall looks amazing, I can just imagine how gorgeous the smell must have been from all of those fresh strawberries!!
Have a great week :)

Rosie said...

Beautiful. What a wonderful market and two of my favourite summer fruits strawberries and tomatoes:)

Rostrose said...

YES! As you know I LOVE red, it’s such a powerful color!!!
(Thanks for your compliments to my red boots :o)))
Lots of hugs,



Kim said...

Thank you for your lovely visit to my 'place', Shane. So happy you did because that means I have discovered your glorious place. Lovely photos of the markets. They are a visual feast; one can almost smell all those delicious aromas all the way down here.

Magpie's Mumblings said...

How I wish it was strawberry season here (as we have temperatures plummeting again tonight).

Vee said...

One can dream, can't she? Say, I do have a New Zealand connection, though, in my choice of dish detergent..."New Zealand Breezes." =D


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