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Nice sign, I would expect to find great baked goods too?
la baguette (ou le pain, je me souviens plus) Retrodor, un delice...une tradition
I could have a nice baguette right about now!
We used to have a sign above every pub quite similar to this but sadly a lot have gone or have been replaced with altogether less interesting and less well made modern ones!! Nice to see this traditional sign remains.
I like the way you framed the subject...
Gorgeous colors!! The sign is quite elaborate, the windmill is a great touch.
The red and yellow is shown off to it's best against that brilliant blue sky Ciel, mmmmmm! a croissant right now would be divine!!
Love the classic look of the sign against the bright blue sky.
It would get me into the door, well that and the aroma.
This is a nice one. Is the store as good as its sign?
Beautiful sign.My husband loved to visit bakeries in France. I wouldn't let myself go with him, for fear of liking them much too much!— KKay, Alberta, CanadaAn Unfittie's Guide to Adventurous Travel
I wonder if the 24/7 automatic baguette dispenser that I've read about will catch on in the cities?
Comme il est beau ce signe et une enseigne bien mise en valeur!
The picture on the sign makes me want to see the baking process in person.
I like these signs and you got an excellent cmposition!
Retrodor, ligne inconnue de ce coté-ci de France..J'adore le petit moulin!
I love signs and the one here is superb!Have a nice day, Ciel:)
I like these hanging signs so very much. They are not common here.
What does Boulanger mean? Or is that the name of the bakery? Love how the red sign stands out, Ciel :D
@ Kaori: boulanger means baker!
I like this shot of the bakery... but am curious about the windmill.
I love that sign. It looks so retro.
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