The Lou Messugo Blog - life in the south of France from a British/Australian TCK's perspective, bringing you French culture, travel on the Côte d'Azur and beyond, expat issues and a little bit of je ne sais quoi all mixed up with a hefty dose of photography.
I have to say I love this. What an authentic, natural and just typical situation in France at a charming restaurant. Great shot.
Looks like a serious but fun conversation! #mysundayphoto
They are all engrossed whatever he was saying which meant I could get my photo without being seen!
I love completely natural unposed "life" shots! Great photo!
It was pure luck that I got them all so engrossed as it was a quick snap when I thought they weren't looking!
I really want to know what the standing man is saying.
it was obviously good whatever it was!
Ah ha! So, this scene of handsome, expressive chefs and waiters in Europe is not just in movies. :
The View from the Top of the Ladder
They really do exist in beautiful Provencal villages!
This has to be somewhere on the continent.
yes Mina, I live in and blog about the south of France!
I don't believe you is what they are saying only I suppose it is in French. Great photo.
"je ne te crois pas!"
Great candid photo! Love the stripey trousers
They're great aren't they?!
I love this...are they telling tales of the night before
Thank you for linking up
I reckon they might be Darren!
There is a feeling of absurdist mystery about this picture. A cook and three waiters, one of them having a fag, gossiping outside their restau......., no, outside their handbag shop, equipped with just one food item, a gigantic tomato. Or is it a cherry?
I love your absurdist comment Richard!!
That looks like a real behind the scenes shot, wonderful
Looks like he was telling a very captivating story, judging by the look on their faces! #MySundayPhoto
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And we'll never know what he was saying....
LOVE this! Fantastic capture :-)
Have a wonderful Sunday x
i love this phoebe! a local restaurant? what cute chefs.
Yes, I took this in the nearby village of St Paul de Vence.