Friday, 14 October 2011

Bruyères au marché aux fleurs

Have you got your autumn pinks yet? Here's all you need at the flower market!

Précipitez-vous sur les fleurs d'automne pour voir la vie en rose !

23 comments:

Regina K said...

We have had very dry and warm weather so far this Oct. I have been waiting for a little moisture to do my fall gardening. I love to visit garden centers. But no autumn pinks yet. Your photo encourages me to visit the garden center.

bfarr said...

These are really pretty.

ρομπερτ said...

What joy !

Lowell said...

Those red things are stunning. Stone Creek changes out all the flowers/plants seasonally...so we get a constant renewal of color and it's very, very nice. So, yes, we've got our autumn colors, but I don't think they are pink. :-)

Kay L. Davies said...

What a delightful photo!

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

Dave-CostaRicaDailyPhoto.com said...

There is a different take on the changing seasons in the desert Southwest. At our Scottsdale, Arizona house we just put in our winter lawn. Last week the birds were loving eating the seeds. Today, the rabbits were feasting on the new grass.

Woody said...

I normally thing of fall as yellow, orange and red, the pink is a nice contrast.

Thanks for the link to the inside of the church, the stained glass was even more spectacular that I could have imagined.

Randy said...

Great splash of color!

Bob Crowe said...

My pinks? I got Cardinal red and an indoor life.

PerthDailyPhoto said...

Beautifully displayed Ciel, I love the flower markets, such a relaxing way to while away a few hours.

Malyss said...

Hmmm, j'aime l'odeur des bruyères!

Cergie said...

Déjà la bruyère ? Ca sent le sapin !

Bergson said...

des bruyères Piaf surement

Halcyon said...

The colors are fantastic. I could definitely use some of that in my garden. :)

joo said...

Flowers market is what tigers like the most:)
The balloon in Krakow is tided of course - must be a fashion for them. I saw similar in Berlin:)

JM said...

Gorgeous! Here it's been 30ºC every single day in October. Hibiscus, Bougainvillaeas, Oleanders and many others are still blooming. However, some trees are already loosing their leaves and vines are slowly turning red. On a less poetic perspective, draught is getting pretty serious in the NE of the country.

Thérèse said...

Quelle bonne idee mais ou trouver la place?

VP said...

Not yet, but I got an ugly cold...

ALAIN said...

"J'ai cueilli ce brin de bruyère, l'automne est morte souviens-t-en ..."

EG Wow said...

Beautiful colours but I don't think they would survive here.

Andrew said...

Lovely to see..so colourful

Cezar and Léia said...

I like a lot this flower!
Léia

Becky said...

Oh I love the bright red!