The narrow one way Aix streets have iron pedestrian posts providing some protection to persons walking the street at the same time vehicles are passing by.
This is Luigi, an accordion player from Italy. I put a 1 Euro coin in his basket and asked if I could take his picture. He played and danced as I shot these three images of him.
Provence is known for its "lavender". This table sells lavender products.
You can see the assortment of different vegetables offered by just one merchant.
I've only found this particular tomato in Provence. It has no "belly button" but rather shaped like a squash. They are excellent in taste.
One of the many fountains in Aix.
I bought some honey from this merchant.
As the sun rose my enthusiasm for taking pictures diminished. The colors seemed to wash out.
These neighborhood markets provide the people with the bare essentials. They probably hate "market day' because everyone shops somewhere else.
Another neighborhood market.
Le Provence (Tabac and Cafe) is where you can buy your tobacco and get a cup of coffee also.
L'Occitane, corner view
Saturday morning coffee at the Fournil St. Nicolas
These Cicadas are found throughout France and used as a wall decoration.
One of the many fountains of Aix
Le Cezanne honors the artist who made Aix one of his homes.
I saw this painted on a wall and thought it was pretty cool.