Whatever it was, I'm glad it did! What a gorgeous capture! Of course, I love the flowers and colors, but the paving is superb! I love it! You do find the most wonderful and delightful things to photograph and I'm so glad you share them with us! Have a great week!Sylvia
They are just gorgeous! So much variety and vibrancy! I would love to save this image to my computer if it's okay with you? It's just gorgeous and I love to pull out pretty pictures now and then and stare at them wishingly.
So lovely Gemie, I was captivated by the fleurs in Paris, they were truly lovely.....my favorite definitely the peonies. Hope all is well with you- in saint Remy de Provence at the moment and loving it x
Could be Holland as well with all those flowers... :)God bless you!Cezar
Good morning Genie, Nicely framed shot, and beautiful colours as usual!
Beautiful posts Genie the last week, I enjoy alway's your Photographs from Paris and beyond.Thanks for your comments on my Blog and have a look o the last with birds!!have a nice day,All the best and Greetings,Henk
For me, it's the price.. They are much cheaper than here!!!
I'll pick up one of these bunches of tulips today, Genie. Thank you, you're so kind. :) And those tumbled paving stones are stunners.
Lovely colorful post. bonne journée Genie
Gorgeous as always Genie.
Ah, who can resist a cornucopia of flowers?? Lovely. xox Alexandra
No matter the order of observation, the image captured is lovely.
Ah Spring in Paris, I can just feel it Genie. It's howling a gale here right now. If only....!!
Ah, Genie. Paris, printemps, des fleurs. C'est magnifique! Et une photo étonnante. All so very delightful.
C'est tres jolie Genie - J'adore les fleurs! xx
miss a day, miss another masterpiece! i have been remiss! this is stunning as are all of your photographs. again, it's such an joy to visit your blog! each time, i'm just transfixed. i get to spend time in paris each morning with tea! thank you!
It must be a pain to have to put these out every morning and take them back every evening.
Quelques? There's an understatement! What a stunning display you've captured. If I were buying, I'd be standing on those artfully placed paving stones for a looong time, trying to decide!
C'est magnifique!!! (Thank you Google translator...wouldn't have been right in English!!!)
I just found your blog and I am in LOVE! You had me at "blog header" Lol!...Paris addict and your newest follower Vanna
I think it's the sunflowers that caught mine.
Your blog is truly wonderful! I am following you! I love France and French language and culture and everything! I am looking forward to see your beautiful posts!
I love how all the flowers are arranged in vases out on the sidewalk and not behind a refrigerated case. Do they smell as good as they look?
All of the above, the whole schomoley!xx V
To all -- I needed these flowers today and all of your wonderful comments! Blogger is misbehaving and I cannot stay signed in (again). I am overwhelmed with work (a good thing) and I cooked (and transported) the main course for our supper club tonight... (no more whining from me!)Thank you Vanna and Venus for following me and leaving your comments!Gros bisousGenie
Tout comme vous je suis très attirée par les étalages de fleurs des fleuristes...Les couleurs jonglent entre elles...Gros bisous.
Quel embarras du choix!
Such lush offerings. We have some of those orange calla lillies blooming in our yard in western NY state right now.
J'aime beaucoup les boutiques de fleuristes... Les couleurs, les parfums...Pierre
When I was young I would spend my last nickel on getting my hair done; now I'll spend my last nickel on a bouquet. These are lovely!
Perfect exposure, depth of field, composition and collor-- wow! You won't see that distinctive paving in the Staes--sigh. Helluva portfolio you are building--
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