I have been a little blue lately due to some major stuff going on in my life, however, I really feel like I have started to percieve what I want to do with my life and where I want to go. The road to take - following the thread from my last couple of posts. Hence, I have had a wonderful weekend; sunny, bright, happy, optimistic, the lot! I'm still filled with questions but now they are changing more from "What?" to "How?" and I really like the effect of looking through rose-tinted glasses for the first time since, well.. forever, almost. I'm starting to believe in the future again and that I have something great in store and now I want to learn how to grasp the opportunities coming my way.
On Saturdays, there's a farmer's market on Ingerslev Boulevard and I always love to walk around the booths booming with fruits, vegetables, and especially flowers. It feels like half the market consists of flowers, not that I mind at all.. At the moment, violets, hortencias, tulips, and anemones are whats offered the most and the smells are just lovely, even mixed with the ones from the cheese and fish stands!
There's always a huge crowd if its sunny, and the market is on every Wednesday and Saturday the whole year. The most popular non-flower stands are the cheese-wagon, the coffee and Danish pastry stand and the fishermen's stand where they sell hot fish balls and pan fried fish fillets 'to go' - yummy!! I would have taken a photo of them but I was hungry, so you'll have to take my word for the delishiousness! Mouth watering indeed..
Here's some snaps from the market, enjoy!
Italian style icecream and organic flour and baking products.
Tete-a-tetes are also quite popular at the moment - at least according to the florists.
One cheese-wagon and boxes with herbs. The smell was incredible just there! Even with the cheese..
Funny cotton-like flowers. Perhaps they are called something like 'Rabbit's Ear' in Danish but I'm not completely sure its these ones. But pretty..
The Cheese-wagon! My favourite of them all.. If you are not sure what kind of cheese you want you can taste samples until you finde The One! Love!
Pretty flowers from the market. However, this photo was from the fall last year, just didn't get around posting about the market back then.
Pretty, pretty, pretty..
All images are mine.