Parsien Flower Market

I love to visit local markets when on holidays, and Paris was no exception.

The flower market was in more permanent buildings than stalls, and there were more plants than cut flowers but the colours and sweet scent were a delightful mix on our first morning in Paris.

We had enjoyed breakfast outside a little cafe near Notre Dame, and after exploring the cathedral we went of in search of the flower market.

Here are a selection of photos from that morning.


If you can cope, there will be more Paris photos coming to this blog soon!

We have been enjoying lovely weather the last few days, and it is to stay warm and settled over the weekend. Church picnic on Sunday afternoon, so hope the forecasters are correct!

Enjoy your weekend wherever you are.

Take care.

14 thoughts on “Parsien Flower Market”

  1. Irritable Mother

    Paris looks wonderful!!!
    I hope you are able to fully enjoy the weekend and your picnic.

  2. Hi JanMary! I have been sick in bed for 3 days, but now I’m up and about at last. What beautiful photos of Paris I found on your blog to revive my spirits!! I knew they would be here :)! Lovely lovely lovely!!
    Thanks so much for sharing!!

  3. Ooooo, more lovely photos! I especially like the flying buttresses, the buckets on the fence, and the flowers. Beautiful!

    In response to your comment on my weight loss post, WW here in Canada has the Core or Points programs, too, but my materials from when I was a paying member are all 5 years old ~ before the Core program had been ‘invented!’ So I’m just sticking with that. I’ll have to check online to see if I can get a little more information about how the Core program works. Maybe a combination of the two would actually be best for me.

  4. hi. thanks for your visit in my blog. I love your photos here, I also have canon eos 400D but my photography talent is zero lol.

    happy weekend!

  5. I am so jealous. Paris is in my top ten places to visit and it would be like $5,000 to get me there and back.
    Nice pictures!

  6. SIGH – how i wish you could capture SMELL on your blog too… for looking at your photos i just know i would have wanted to plant my nose in everything. Thank you for sharing your lovely photos and I am looking forward to more more more. My in-laws arrive today, for a 10 day visit, so i must frantically get my computer time in now (they don’t know or like computers LOL)

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