The flowers seemed especially gorgeous, and although none of these bouquets came home with me, I was quite happy to capture them on camera. I really do think that markets are my most favorite photography subject.
Which leads me right into talking about Markets of Paris, 2nd Edition. I have only been to Paris once, after graduating from college, and I have been yearning to return ever since. It kills me that I hadn't yet discovered photography at that point in my life, and so I have no images of Paris except those that live in my memory.
What I remember most vividly are the markets, and when I return, I will do so with a dog-eared copy of Markets of Paris, the latest offering from my beloved publisher, The Little Bookroom. I received a copy to review, and found myself getting lost in its pages, dreaming of my next trip. I am thrilled to offer one lucky reader the chance to win a copy. Even if you don't have a trip to Paris planned anytime in the near future, you will thoroughly enjoy flipping through the pages, daydreaming about the market scene. Leave a comment here to win- any comment will do, but I would love to hear what market offerings you are loving these days. My top two would have to be peaches, and the first sweet corn of the season. Good luck!