Just one Person from Around the World: Provence, France

A scene from almost 40 years ago, 7am as the market was opening up in Tarascon, Provence:

Linked to One Person at Cady’s here


  1. That’s an excellent portrayal of life, Sue. Do you have to touch your photos up when you bring them out of the archives like this, or simply let them speak for themselves? 🙂 🙂

  2. So glad to see this one again. It’s a great shot

  3. A delicious array of meats and sausages. Made me hungry! 🙂
    Best wishes, Pete.

  4. That’s how I remember Provence! (I spent all my summer holidays there as a teenager, my parents sending me off to friends, in the hope that I would learn to speak French and give them some respite of me in the process). And your photo ties in so nicely with the Debbie’s shot from the Camargue today https://travelwithintent.com/2021/03/31/camargue-gardian/

  5. Sue, you can not beat a French market in my opinion! Always crowded with happy folks! Cady

  6. Aah! Such happy memories. Now I rely on Rick Stein’s trips through France to be able to re-live those days. He always seems to find a really good food market wherever he goes. I see he’s back to Palermo tonight so I’ll watch that as it’s one of my favourite cities.

  7. It’s so amazing all the places you have been and traveled to. 😀 Another terrific photo Sue 😀

    • Sue

      Many, many thanks Cee….I was only saying a friend today that I am so pleased to have had the travels and experiences that I have….

  8. Great shot…tells the story. And I can smell the Garlic from here 🙂

  9. Lovely. Reminds me of those French market days of another time

  10. This is a nostalgic sight!
    One of my favourite sights at French markets is the saucisson stall – all those varieties and sometimes piled so high. Loving Husband would often make a customary stop to see if they carried wild boar or donkey sausage, at which point I, the mostly vegetarian, shuddered.

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