Sunday, 10 July 2011

Arrosage au marché aux fleurs

Watering the flowers at the flower market on July 5, a very hot day!

27 comments:

Dimple said...

Such a profusion of flowers in your city, and so worthwhile to water them!

Diane said...

I love a flower stall. Gorgeous shot. xxxxx

Jacob said...

The softness of the colors in this photo are quite Monet-like! Water is necessary on hot days. But I'll take hot over cold any day... :-)

brattcat said...

Yes, it looks hot in the sun. But lovely in the shade.

Kay L. Davies said...

What a beautiful photo. I'd love to be there.
— K

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

PerthDailyPhoto said...

Such a beautiful scene to start Sunday morning with, thank you Ciel.

Dianne said...

It's so very pretty - delightful!

Jack said...

It is interesting to read that this was a hot day. With the deep shade and the flowers, it looks cool and refreshing.

Randy said...

What a beautiful market! I would want to stop by every weekend. Hope your having a good one.

missing moments said...

Love the flower market!

Magpie said...

One of the things I remember most about France, was all the gorgeous flowers!

Magpie said...

PS: I meant to tell you my daughter really like the music you have playing now. :)

Thirtytwo degrees said...

You have an excellent camera that takes very rich and vibrant colors. This is a lovely scene and a bit humorous to me...It was hot on July 5, huh?

Cergie said...

C'est la part du jardinage que mon mari préfère, c'est sûr que c'est moins fatiguant avec une lance qu'avec la pompe à bras et l'arrosoir en zinc...
J'aime beaucoup ces petits marchés...

Cezar and Léia said...

Beautiful flowers there!Sunday is the perfect day to buy some lovely flowers to bring colors to our place!
Léia

***Gui, our son, is coming this week.I need to prepare that recipe "Chicken a la Cieldequimper"!It's delicious!
Il est un "bon gourmet"!:)

Gunn said...

A place I would love to be. Looks very pretty!

Olivier said...

Hum hum et la sécheresse, votre département n'est sous l'interdiction d’arroser ? une belle lumiere sur ta photo

Birdman said...

How aromatic, markets like this. Sweet smells.

Regina K said...

Looks like a perfect place for a stroll.

Bob Crowe said...

The low viewpoint is a good idea. I understantd the heat - it's going to be 35 here today.

Doug Hickok said...

Ah, sweet summer. Beautiful flower stand abundant with color. It is very hot here too. I'm thinking it is time for another trip to the Northwest US to cool down :^)

VP said...

I just need some watering myself today!

Andrew said...

I have just dicovered your wonderful blog and have really enjoyed browsing your wonderful words and beautiful images.

Kaori said...

Beautiful shadows! If I change jobs I'd definitely be in the flower market :D

Malyss said...

Pourquoi je l'ai loupé celui là?! Haa, être une fleur, pour me faire arroser pendant l'été...:o))

Sharon said...

Bursts of color...what a joyful photograph.

Sharon

Francisca said...

It's one of the big differences between the New World and the Old World: these lovely flower stalls on the sidewalks all over European cities. Europeans are much likely to spend for fresh flowers.