Tuesday, 14 December 2010

Midweek Blues: A la boulangerie-pâtisserie

A baker-pâtisserie window. This one. Blue lights make this a post for Rebecca's Midweek Blues @ the Dusty Cellar.
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32 comments:

Olivier said...

superbe presentation, c'est agreable les magasins qui font des efforts pour noel, cela donne envie de rentrer

SRQ said...

Wonderful! Tres jolie --- votre photo et la vitrine.

Thérèse said...

La magie de Noël continue!

akarui said...

Superbe vitrine avec ce bonhomme de neige.
De tres belles photos de Versailles sous la neige plus bas.

Jacob said...

If their goodies are as good as their decorations, they should do a lot of business during the holidays!

It is certainly attention-getting and bright and cheery!

Woody said...

It matches your weather! It's a very beautiful window display.

Bob Crowe said...

I hear the celesta, pizzicato strings and oboe and see dancing sugar plum faeries. Charming.

Feeling much better, thank you.

Randy said...

I just love, love, love this window. What a cute snowman.

Jack said...

A very pretty sight indeed. You framed this scene nicely.

T. Becque said...

I want to be where you are for the holidays - it looks so festive and fun. And I could quite happily spend a lot of time at a boulangerie-patisserie!

Malyss said...

Ah que j'aime, j'aime, j'aime les belles vitrines de Noel!ça met de la magie partout dans ce monde qui en a tant besoin!

Tammie Lee said...

so lovely
and festive!

Small City Scenes said...

This is so lovely. Makes you want to go right in there and have some Christmas bread. MB

VP said...

An elaborate and funny display. You have wisely reminded me that, beyond my grinchesque attitude, I have to post something about Christmas...

Kaori said...

I feel like a kid peeking into the grand window display ;-D

Diane said...

That is an amazing window display! Catle Howard in Yorkshire was used for the setting of Brideshead Revisited (both the TV Series and the Film). You may have seen Chatsworth on the lastest "Pride & Prejudice" Film. xxxx

Alain Alexandre said...

cette vitrine très bien conçu, cela réchauffe le cœur ; ensuite des moments comme cela reste graver en nous ; notre enfance, j’espère que chez toi cela va bien avec cette neige

brattcat said...

delectably charming.

Catherine said...

A vrai dire, je crois que je n'aurais pas besoin d'autant d'effort de déco pour rentrer là.

"Lapin, cocotte, ou écureil" avec pour finir l'année bonhomme de neige en sucre sous tempête de Marshmallow.

Jacob said...

Hi Ciel...wanted to respond to a couple of your questions:

The Intercoastal photo is a scanned pic from some years ago, so the colors are a little cool...it is rarely "cold" in Boca Raton...

And yes, that is a doggie bag, held by our friend, Sue, who is standing next to Lois...

BaysideLife said...

A gorgeous window display. Someone took a lot of time and effort to create such a whimsical window.

Loree said...

Oh my - how pretty. It has such a nostalgic feel to it.

Dina @ 4 Lettre Words said...

So, so pretty!

Greyscale Territory said...

Those pretty blue lights make a wonderful frame for the Christmas scene!

Dianne said...

that's a beautiful window for a baker
around here they just stack cakes in the window surrounded by plastic Santas

Sharon Van Lieu said...

Beautiful shot of a lovely window, Ciel. I like the gentle colors.

Sharon

EG Wow said...

Looks like you positioned the camera just perfectly to get this photo. Great job!

Becky said...

What a beautiful winter display! I so love seeing Christmas around the world. :)

Kim, USA said...

Thanks for the info. I really wonder why it gets blue when the snow is white ^_^. Now I knew it thanks once again I do appreciate it.
Blue-ish

jeannette said...

Everyone will remember the baker for his window:) Such a cute display!

anjoe playhouse said...

Blue light and snowdecorations - today we have got lots of snow here on Lolland, so I could make a big snowman, but brrrr I stay indoors ;-)

Rebecca said...

Goodness...that is pretty.