That's the true nature of markets — community, and community-building. The sharing of thoughts as well as the buying of food, flowers, and crafts. And your have captured it so beautifully, as always.
What a beautiful puppy, and no doubt well-spoiled. Wishing you a happy weekend too, dear Genie.
Does the dog have a pony tail too?
Getting ready to head to the Saturday Farmer's Market -- but, alas, not in Paris. Great candid shot -- the puppy is so cute and I love all the produce colors in the background.
What a cute little dog! And my envy for those markets is as strong as ever..
Oh i love this. I feel as if I"m a part of the conversation. Ahhh a little trip to Paris this morning.Merci mon amie!V
Love the view of normal everyday life. Wonder if they will miss us this December - we'll have to stop over to say hi to our wine & cheese shops.
Cute little friend there!Great capture!Léia ;)*** I think I didn't tell you about my kitty Luna.She had traveled from Brazil with us last year, more than 20 hours inside a little box ( poor Luna) and we had changed 3 flights to get here in Luxembourg. After all stress, she is very well adapted to this new life ( and the different weather here)and...she got a Luxembourgian passport! Cool and...an adventure isn't it? :)Her pictures, just if you are curious: www.weloveluna.blogspot.com
Bear -- We could see that so clearly in the markets of Paris. This one is in our usual neighborhood and we have another that we also frequent. Merci.Shell -- Oh the pups of Paris are definitely spoiled but I have never seen a "bad actor."Paul -- I don't think so. Do you have one?Marie -- Hope that you enjoyed your farmer's market also.Brittany -- I wish that I had a market just around the corner!Virginia -- Yes, alons-y!Holly -- Oh, we will definitely go by to see all our neighborhood friends, making a swing through the "erie" shops (boulangerie, pâtisserie, fromagerie, etc)Léia -- Sweet little pooch but I am a cat person through and through. I left a message for Luna on her blog! What an incredible adventure, but cats love adventure, n'est-ce pas?Starman -- Do you have a dog? merci...
If you want some French advice, it should be ce monsieur as he is a man! :)I love fox terriers. They are so cute like Milou in Tintin.
Halcyon -- Oh my, I am changing this toute suite! I definitely know better and always welcome the correction. I adore Tintin and would love to see the Hergé museum in Brussels some day. Merci!
I always feel a little weird about correcting people. But I know I like to have things right on my blog. I do enjoy seeing your shots of Paris. Brings back memories. :)
Great portrait and great background!Yes, Genie, you are right, it's Anish Kapoor. I saw five of his works in London when I was there one month ago, (have already posted another one here: http://mendoncajose.blogspot.com/2010/10/cloud-reflections.html#comments), but, in my opinion, the most amazing is the Cloud Gate 'bubble' in Chicago, although I've only seen it in pictures as I've never been there.
I love how Parisians allow dogs around their food, lol! XX!
Halcyon -- Please keep returning and offering corrections, svp. Glad that you like the photos!JM -- When I next get to Chicago, I'll take many photos for you. I have not seen it before and appreciate your mention of this. Merci, mon ami!Shari -- Oh, mais oui! They are quite welcome in restaurants and cafés. Bon weekend!
Say hello to Place Maubert for me; that is usually my 'home base' when in Paris. I'm getting excited about your upcoming trip.
Harriet -- We are going to swing by to say hello to our "erie" friends and drop in on market day, but we are staying in a new place on this trip... more later on that
I like the atmosphere of shopping in a friendly place like this, even though I'm not really fond of crowds.
What a lucky little guy to be carried around while he shops. Nice shot.
Bibi likes to go to the market too and has admirers there. She'd like this cute pup.
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