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I can only think of the film Catherine!
These [b]fruits[/b] [u][i][/i][/u]are kept so nicely. It is hard to see this kind of beauty. Fresh fruits kept in an artistic way…great!
I am jealous of your markets, what a wonderful array! #mysundayphoto
Tomatoes come in more shapes in France than in Australia I reckon. My local supermarket doesn’t have the tomatoes that are shaped like a dumpling. Did you come across the dumpling shaped ones with the creases when you were here in Australia Phoebe? #MySundayPhoto
Oh that looks good. I do love Beef tomatoes
Beautiful colours and textures! We are counting down the days until we’re in France again! #MySundayPhoto
Oh yum! Everything looks so tasty. #MySundayPhoto
I am jealous. I miss the smell of the latest fruit or veg in season, filling the market stands to bursting #MySundayPhoto
Looks good, you can’t beat fresh fruit and vegetables
Thank you for linking up
Green fried tomatoes. Where was it? The riverside cafe? Are you with me?
What rich colours!
Oh the lovely French markets!
Looks so tasty!