Thursday, 5 March 2009

The Flower Market: The Cheese


Another of the produce stalls; the goat's cheese seller. As it was impossible to fade into the crowd (there wasn't one) I asked the seller if I could take a photo so she nodded yes...and posed. I didn't have a diplomatic way of explaining that she wasn't actually needed so I took her photo then the one I really wanted..the cheese. I bought the ones on the bottom right and they were delicious.

At the weekend dear Maria from Let The Good Times Roll gave me a very pretty award which I'm totally unable to copy here. I've had copying issues since I changed my computer..Thank you, Maria.

10 comments:

Olivier said...

beau reflet avec ce bon choix de fromage...Hummmm....c'est bon

roentarre said...

Beautiful reflections making this a stellar image in deed

Catherine said...

Fortunately, the seller doesnt appear on the reflection either !
Sometimes, I don't dare asking for taking a picture. You learnt me today that it's stupid, since apparently, some are happy to contribute.

delphine said...

Hi! thanks for dropping by my site Angela, like yours so much I shall be following you, I see the weather is going to be good this week for photos in your neck of the woods!

Fio said...

Mmmmm... looks yummy!

I also had a look at your previos photos and I like them very much!
:)

Belinda said...

Mmmmm....delicious cheese! I love the reflection too.

Thank you for your kind words about my grandmother and for your advice re Cannes. I found a place to stay today and am crossing my fingers it's reasonable and clean! :o)

Babooshka said...

I see a mini theme on your blogs today. Baguette, cheese, glass of red. Heavenly. I had problems copyng ing Explorer. I switched to Mozilla and ok. Every laptop I have seems to respond differently.

Julie ScottsdaleDailyPhoto.com said...

i like it! cheese and a wonderful reflection. I love goat cheese. I also really like your Flower Market 2 photo. That could be a post card. Such detail and color. And thanks for your comment re the saguaro cactus on my website. It is hard to believe that it takes 75 years to grow a side arm on a Saguaro. Truly remarkable that it takes that long.

George said...

I don't believe I've ever had goat's cheese, but these cheeses do look delicious.

Virginia said...

Le fromage !!! Love goat cheese and can hardly wait to have some French goat cheese. My granddaughter who is 7 can hardly wait till be arrive and can have it every day!
V