Tempting Swiss cheeses at Borough Market

I liked the rustic looking display:

Linked to Six Word Saturday at Debbie’s here

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32 comments

  1. Ooh, go on then! 🍪🍷💕

  2. A very atmospheric capture, Sue. Love the mood and the light in this one.
    Hope your weekend has started as sunny as here on the coast. Have a good one. x

  3. oh yes, a very nice display. I can never visit Borough Market without succumbing to food!

    • Sue

      With all the stuff on offer, it’s hard to resist! I got some lovely Treviso from a greengrocer, wonderful solid dark rye bread with caraway, and some large, sweet blueberries that tasted redolent of bilberries, which I miss

  4. Oh, wow! It looks like they imported every piece of wood in this display. And yes, VERY tempting!

  5. Nice cheese stall, Sue. Did you buy any cheese? 🙂
    Best wishes, Pete.

  6. But is that all you liked?!! 😉

  7. V. appealing. Nothing like proper cheese in its own skin.

  8. great setting – and the details pulled me right in

  9. That is a lovely scene, not to mention the cheeses!

  10. Amy

    I really like this shot! I visited there a couple years ago, it’s such a busy place, not easy to take photos there.
    Great photo, Sue!

  11. I agree with Dina, the photograph’s got so much warmth and balance; a deceptively difficult thing to pull off quickly indoors.

  12. You couldn’t have posted this at a worse time. We NEVER run out of cheese, but today we have, and it’s a 50+ kilometre trip to replenish stocks. At least it’s a great photo!

  13. I would buy cheese from there Sue

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