Saturday, 17 March 2012

Sign Series: enseigne V : boulangerie

You will have guessed this is a bakery sign!

24 comments:

Robert Geiss said...

schön. wie französisch. eine gute neue woche dir.

Regina K said...

A lovely sign and well capture photo.

Theanne said...

the first boulangerie I ever shopped in was in San Francisco! wonderful place!

love the angle of the shot!

Oakland Daily Photo said...

Like all good signs, this one makes you want to walk into the shop.

Thérèse said...

Heureusement la tradition a la vie dure!

Lucy Corrander : Photos said...

Streets would be more interesting if there were more interesting signs.

Randy said...

Great sign, bet it smells great as you walk by.

Dave said...

Shops signs originated because people couldnt read, so as you say there's no problem with this one.

Cezar and Léia said...

That's a nice sign and quite inviting to check out their produce...
God bless you!
Cezar

joo said...

I love this sign:)
happy St. Patrick's Day, Ciel!!!!!
It was Dublin of course:)

Birdman said...

Signs add so much to a walk, I agree.

Lowell said...

But it's not just a sign, it's a creative work of art. I love it! Anyone can put up a sign, the owners of Philippe Pele put up something worth looking at (and photographing)...

Re your comment on Florida Fotos: Jimmy sells peanuts on the corner of a busy street near the little town of Lake Weir (the lake is huge, the town is tiny). He has raw peanuts, fried peanut, roasted peanuts, etc. The only ones I like are the roasted ones. There are many "Jimmy's" on the highways and byways of Central Florida! :-)

Hope your Sunday is progressing nicely!

SRQ said...

Classic outdoor hanging signs like this one are terrific! They add so much character to a business.

Living In Williamsburg Virginia said...

What a great sign; obviously a bakery.

Darryl and Ruth :)

Halcyon said...

Yum! Nothing better than a freshly-baked baguette for breakfast. :)

PerthDailyPhoto said...

Those baguettes are a dead giveaway Ciel!! There is nothing quite like the smell of freshly baked bread, not many can resist!

VP said...

I really like that kind of signs...

Malyss said...

Revolutionnaire et tres gironde la petite boulangère!

Pietro said...

I wonder if in French bakeries one can find the musichiere bread!

Jack said...

Hah! The severe angle is just right for this sign. Well done, Ciel.

EG CameraGirl said...

So much charm!

JM said...

So cute!

Virginia said...

I've been doing Samedi Signes since m y last trip to Paris. We should do it on the same days! :)

I love these old signs. So colorful and charming.
V

elena nuez said...

looove it!