Sunday, 19 June 2011

Devanture à maintenir

Hopefully not falling into even more disrepair... Today it might well be that I will not be able to visit your blogs. Apologies for that. There is a father's day post on Artsy Versailles.

Aujourd'hui je ne pourrai probablement pas venir voir vos blogs et vous prie de bien vouloir m'excuser. C'est la fête des pères sur Artsy Versailles.

29 comments:

Kay L. Davies said...

Wonderful colours, and I like the reflections, too.
— K

Kay, Alberta, Canada
An Unfittie's Guide to Adventurous Travel

Francisca said...

'Twould be a shame to see this charm disappear for lack of love or money. (WV is begma.)

Woody said...

Perhaps the saw houses are an indication of repairs to come! Neat shop, although I'm a bit confused. Isn't charcuterie normally associated with meat, especially salted or smoked (like I'm an expert in French)?

ρομπερτ said...

Wäre dein Bild eine Postkarte, hätte ich sie gekauft. Chapeau !



daily athens

Randy said...

What an adorable looking store. Nice photo.

brattcat said...

Hope all is well, dear Ciel.

Jacob said...

May surprise you one of these days if that offer of tea still stands!

I hope this building will get the help it needs...soon!

PerthDailyPhoto said...

What a charming little shop Ciel, I hope it gets the love it deserves.

Jack said...

It doesn't look too bad to me. Here's hoping that it will be renovated.

roentarre said...

Such a beautiful boutique to admire

Theanne and Baron said...

Great shot...love the reflections on veggies!

Nefertiti said...

superbe devanture,bon dimanche !

Cezar and Léia said...

It think a small face lift would do. :)
God bless you!
Cezar

magicpolaroid said...

that adorable store!!

Dianne said...

Lovely colours on this charcuterie -Oh! and I can see some fruits et legumes in the window.

Regina K said...

Perhaps just a broken window that will be replaced. This store window has such a charming look.

T. Becque said...

Still as charming as ever though. Was I with you when you took this? I don't think I could have passed this up! Of course I probably missed many photo opps due to my head being filled with French sights, sounds, smells, and the endless boulangerie windows! :)

VP said...

This is really sad: a charcuterie in disrepair!

bfarr said...

I love the soft colors and the 'tattiness' on the exterior.

Olivier said...

une charcuterie a l'ancienne, les produits doivent etre tres bons.

Magpie said...

It looks like they sell a little bit of everything. Hope repairs are in its future.

Thérèse said...

C'est l'une des choses qui me manque le plus... mais ce soir nous mangeons bavarois alors peut-être aurons-nous la chance d'avoir des "Geschetzeltes!" je me réjouis à l'avance.

Photohunter said...

Da kann ich mich nur den Anderen anschließen, ein netter kleiner Laden den es lohnt zu erhalten.
Viele Grüße

Loree said...

What a delightful shop. It reminds me of Valletta before they were modernised.

Sharon Van Lieu said...

A lovely shot, Ciel! Hope you have a wonderful Sunday.

Sharon

EG Wow said...

Very cool shot, Ciel. I like how you've got so many lines in the reflection parallel to lines in the window frame.

cieldequimper said...

@TBecque: no you weren't! Otherwise you'd have at least 4 shots of it!

Marie-Noyale said...

Une jolie devanture de carte postale...
MAis il semble qu'il serait difficile d'y trouver du paté!!!

JM said...

I bet I would love a visit here! The oldest charcuterie in Lisbon was gone after a great fire which destroyed a wonderful historic part of the downtown in 1988.