Oh yes, I can smell each spice.
Hi again! Long time, no see! I see your photo and I think, what must the aroma have been like? Can't wait until they have "aroma-photography" (at least for some things - the elephant area at the Zoo, not so much.)Happy WW!~EdT.
I've missed WW so much.
Mmmmmmm... love it!
Hola Reader Buzz, me ha gustado mucho tu foto, sobretodo porque soy una de las que se quedan tontas viendo, oliendo y soñando con una cocina llena de pipetas con especies de todo tipo!! Gracias por pasar por http://1snil.blogspot.fr/Nos estamos leyendo! Besos!
Love all of the spices!
Indeed they are- just LOOK at that photo! WOW!I bet it smelled wonderful too - that is truly amazing.I went to France for almost a month in the mid 90s and haven't been back yet. I really need to go back soon, blogging has reminded me of that time and again, and this post certainly did so!Thanks so much for visiting, and so then I found you back!Have a wonderful day!
I love Spices! I can almos smell then through your photo.Kisses,Laura (baseecho.blogspot.com)
Thanks for the visit!
That photo makes one want to go there to see it with the eyes and especially to smell the fragrance of all those spices! It takes me back many years and far away. Thanks.
Nice photo, very colourful. Have a nice week!
I never saw a collection like that! mine are all in little bottles!!I am your newest follower..pls follow back if you can.happy WW!
I love big bags of spice like that so much more real than little plastic packets in supermarkets X
I don't know if they're more beautiful in France but I like the photo!!!HugsElvahttp://cuandooliaavainilla.blogspot.com.es/
Oui, oui! I bet that smells wonderful.
Oh wow! I can only imagine the scent!
Great shot! I can almost smell the strong mix of these spices. I played too. Mine are here and here.
No soy mucho de especias, pero verlas así siempre me ha gustado...Es como los puestos de infusiones... me llaman...Que olores tan buenos!!!Un saludo
I love seeing spices displayed like that, it always looks amazing. Although I've usually been disappointed that it didn't smell all that much.
Sadly, I don't remember any beautiful smells.
Sorry, I am so late to the party. Still playing catch up from being in hospital.I have never seen spices displayed like this. Here the health department would make them put them behind doors in a cabinet.
You are so right. And the spices lose a lot, behind those doors in a cabinet.
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