Wednesday, February 15, 2012

Paris Pink roses

 Paris pink teatime...
 So many roses yesterday.
 
 On Valentines Day - these are from Dani Costes Dani Roses.
 
 Roses + macarons at Cafe Pouchkine = parfait.
 
 The color pink/rose pops at Jean-Paul Hevin macarons.
 
 Pink/rose gateaux at La Grande Epicerie de Paris - a kind of fraisier.
 
 Pink stripes at Parfum Annick Goutal...
 More pink stripes at les Bonbon stand at Metro l'Odeon
 
 How girly can you get?
 
 You can not think pink without mentioning.
 
 Fauchon - Queen of rose/pink.
 
 Pink/rose is what little girls/les petites filles are made of.
Bonjour Pink/Rose!
 

23 comments:

Lucinda said...

never too late for more Paris pinks
merci

Lucid Food said...

Adorbs!

Merisi said...

La vie en rose ....

Beautiful painting, Carol! :-)

manon 21 said...

J'adore le rose et je suis gourmande...

Belle journée

Manon

Catherine said...

Carol, I can just smell those roses looking at the photos, and taste that macaron. Such beauty everywhere. I love pink! Ever since I saw it, I now think of the "Think Pink" scene in Funny Face.

Happy belated Valentine's Day!

Jude Butterfly said...

What a super beautiful post! Just what I needed on a gray dreary day in Mobile, AL. Love, love, love the colors. merci!

Jude~~~~~>:<

A Brush with Color said...

wonderful w/c there, Carol! Pink: what's not to love.

helen said...

So pink!

sillygirl said...

That backpack on the little girl in the last photo is almost as big as she is! Does she have a lot of chocolate in there?

French Girl in Seattle said...

Love the little girl with the pink "cartable" on her bag. This reminds me of my years in French elementary schools. These things were so heavy, but picking a new one at the end of summer was a big deal! I bet that little girl is quite proud of hers! Veronique (French Girl in Seattle)

Jill Colonna said...

Pretty - I'll go for that love preserve and a few of these other cutie girlie things (except for the macs that would crush), pack it all in the cartable and ride off in the pink scooter! Can I get away with it in the pink?

Amy said...

There is NOTHING better than pink. Unless it's pink and green together.

Unknown said...

I love all the pink-ness!!!

La Table De Nana said...

Confiture d'Amour..Gotta love it..I may make one this summer:)
I don't wear pink..but I still like it very much..the Rachel Ashwell pinks..the Laura Ashley pinks.. pink roses..antique pinks(vieux rose we say)..and my mom love "Rose Kennedy" ..it was a color named for J.Kennedy's pink.

Yes..pink and green..pink and cream..

Ahh..et ton aquarelle.. :)did you know there is a station on Syrius..Watrecolors? i thought of you:)

Cris, Artist in Oregon said...

LOVE this post. I love pink if you hadnt noticed... :)) Its a happy color. Your painting is wonderful and that second photos of the Roses is GORGEOUS!!

Nikon said...

I love that last shot, too :)
Great shots of the pink pastries - they look good - and the flowers!
Love the watercolor!

Karen@PasGrande-Chose said...

Oh that little girl with the pink satchel is such a fab shot!
(Closely followed by the pink Vespa - this has just become my fantasy transport around Paris!)

Parisbreakfasts said...

Monique/Nana: I don't think I own anything pink nor have I ever worn it..why is that?
I wear tons of olive green, black and grey.
Meh

Barbara said...

Is there a more perfect combination than Paris and pink? Love...
xx

William Ternay said...

Maybe you're just going through
the Olive Green Black and Gray
part of your life these days.
Think PINK.
Spring is coming.

Jerri-Ann said...

I love pink flowers in the whole gambit of pinkness. Have never been drawn to wear it- might change my mind if given opportunity for a Channel vintage pink suit.

Bill said...

I happen to love pink, but you'll never catch me on a pink motorcycle!

French Heart said...

Delightful!