one of the most beautiful towns on the French Riviera
Standing near to the market last Saturday, this boy looks as if he'd rather be playing football with his friends, doesn't he?
"A l'ombre du rosierFleurit la violette,C'est la douce fleurOù j'ai mis mon cœurVoyez la violetteA l'ombre du rosierApprenez que l'amourPour être heureux se cacheComme cette fleurOù j'ai mis mon cœurPour bien garder, on cacheLe trop fragile amourPuisque dans mon jardinLa fleur d'amour y pousse,Cueillez donc la fleurEt prenez mon cœurPuisque l'amour y pousse,Restez dans mon jardin !"il a l'air tres timide de vendeur
Violets already? Time's flying past too quickly.You're right in your reading of his body language. He looks very fed up..
I wonder if he sold them by the end of a long day?
Maybe hes selling violets to get a new comic book.
Yes, you are right! He should be playing...Fantastic capture of the seagull! :-)
Another great image.Your images with people are just as great asthose scenery pictures.
A perfect quote for your post, Jilly. You're right, it would seem his dreams of playing ball that day were dashed by slow moving sales of violets by the seafood shop. Excellent image!
He looks like a shy entrepreneur, perhaps hoping the violets will sell themselves.
Aw, very sweet. And I like his fauxhawk!
His flowers are so pretty - I wish I was there to buy some from him. Then, maybe, he could go play...
Yep! He does!
But, what a good boy he is to pitch in and help with the sales. The lattice work of the box caught my eye. Another good example of beauty in the mundane.
I didn't realise people still sold Violets. The boy looks really happy (not!)
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Fantastic capture of the seagull! :-)Thanks For This PhotoGet More Details
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