January 24, 2015

5 Things

Bayeux Market

1) Wedges of 3 year old Comté

Petit Déjeuner

2) Le petit déjeuner

Winter Green

3) Old stones, old wood, old vines

Bayeux Market

4) Roots

New Year's Eve in Paris

5) Late afternoon glow

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French Girl in Seattle said...

Bonjour Jen. Loved all the photos, but especially the one of the lady enjoying breakfast. She reminded me of a Coco Chanel quote: “I don't understand how a woman can leave the house without fixing herself up a little - if only out of politeness. And then, you never know, maybe that's the day she has a date with destiny. And it's best to be as pretty as possible for destiny.” Coco would have liked her.-- Bon weekend ! Veronique (French Girl in Seattle)

Jennifer Greco said...

I was captivated by her face and the way she carried herself. I felt almost guilty for trying to take her photo!
Yes, I think Coco would have liked her.
Bon dimanche!

Betty Carlson said...

We have had some fabulous late afternoon glow here this winter, as well as fabulous blue skies. We got a little snow and ice this weekend, though.

I would personally second 4 out of your 5 things, but I don't eat breakfast anymore, or on rare occasions, so can't really say much about that!

Anonymous said...

Beautiful pictures. What a great eye you have. Dena

Claude Vergne said...

sur la 3ème photo ce n'est as de la vigne mais de la glycine
claude vergne

Jennifer Greco said...

There's something about that late afternoon light, especially in winter!

Thank you for your kind comment. :)

Jennifer Greco said...

In English the word "vine" is used for any plant that climbs - wisteria, ivy, grapes, morning glory, clematis, Virgina creeper, etc.
I knew that this plant was a glycine as it is one of my favorite flowering vines.

Vagabonde said...

I love the late afternoon glow – it is so warm and makes everything soft. Very pretty pictures!

Jennifer Greco said...

Merci, Vagabonde!

mytha said...

wow, france is one of the most beautiful place that I want to visit. Thank you for all of your photos :)

Jennifer Greco said...

Thank you, Mytha!