Of the many eye-catching attractions in Annecy, France, the shop fronts and shop windows in the old part of town are quite beautiful and always interesting. Annecy has medieval construction (if you like, you can refer to my previous posts Annecy.1, Annecy.2, and Annecy.3), and is built of thick grey stone walls with cobbles everywhere.
This flower shop was brimming over with fresh spring blooms for Easter time last year. The shop opens into a very small courtyard chock full of blooms and attractive displays, which spoke to me of a very careful, artisan-like approach by the owner of the shop. It was extremely welcoming and drew me in.
I couldn’t resist taking a few close-ups of a few colorful blooms.
This red one – can you guess what flower it is? Yes, a tulip with hints of yellow inside.
There were buckets and pots everywhere full of daffodils.
And then there were some other colorful daisy-like blooms: