one of the most beautiful towns on the French Riviera
You got me there, Jilly. looking at the thumbnail I did think it was fruit, all beautifully uniform..
This reminded me of the Kroger marketplace food display that I posted some months ago. In fact I thought that was what it was.
Ha ha. I was going to comment on the EU before I read that it was all candles. Nice one!
How cute! Wonderful shot!
The look so real!
What great candles! I want one of each. I don't think I'd have the heart to burn them though!
Marzipan fruit always amazed me. The bakers who make it are truly artists. (now you'll tell me it's made in factories in China)Do folks actually eat it? I don't care for it myself.
Wayne - these are candles - not marzipan fruit. Wouldn't taste too good!
Oh, I should pay more attention. I didn't know there was a difference. I'm a lot more interested in them now.
First, I thought they were made of almond paste! I'd never be able to light them up...
This is fantastic! I was truly amazed with the perfection of the 'fruits'! Lol! Great collage!
Wonderful display! They are so colorful!!
WOW - Excellent, Jilly!!
I didn't realise! I was about to write in anger to my MEP!
Do you think they are perfumed to match?
i don't know if i could light them up ;-)
Why have I never seen novelty candles as good as this elsewhere? The groseilles are particularly original! I must keep my eyes open.
Beautiful. I too thought they were marzipan at first. I have decided that no matter how pretty a candle is, I light it. That's what they're for. Same with marzipan, except I don't light it; I eat it!
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