One of the treats for the eye along the streets of Paris is all the colorful displays at produce markets you see in every neighborhood in the city. (Another color accent is all the red café and restaurant awnings.) Here are a few produce markets I noticed on Monday in Paris as I walked around town.
The shop above is on the Rue des Martyrs, what is called a rue commerçante that runs from behind the Notre-Dame de Lorette church toward the north up the slope of the Butte Montmartre.
Above is another shop on the other side of the city, near the Place Monge not too far from the Panthéon. There is a big outdoor market on the Place Monge (5th arrondissement) two or three times a week.
And finally, here's another produce shop on the rue des Martyrs. You see shops and displays like these all over the city.
I'm in North Carolina, where the weather is beautiful. Temperatures will be approaching 68ºF (20ºC) over the next few days and through the weekend. Not much to report otherwise. I'm recovering from jet lag. Today is my mother's birthday.