Jean-Pierre for Breakfast - #9

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    The day we left Durango I walked over to Jean-Pierre to pick up some pastries for breakfast. There actual bakery is down the road a mile or so. I got there at 7:00 and had to wait, so they fixed me some coffee and I hung out. A few mintes later the pasteries arrived. Heaven. I had fun chatting with Bryttani and the guy who was apparently the manager. They also serve "regular" breakfast items (BTW while waiting for her to put out most of the pastries I did eat a ham and cheese croissant - fantastic). Great place for dinner as well. They are across the street from the General Palmer Hotel at 601 Main Ave.

    In this photo she is helping some customers. I wanted more of a candid shot than a portrait.

    This picture is #09 in my 100 strangers project for 2012 (100 Strangers Flickr Group page)

    i_still_believe_in_u, and 1 other people added this photo to their favorites.

    1. Robert Wilson (also on 500px) 30 months ago | reply

      Great candid, those pastries look delicious.

    2. hindsfeet<>< 30 months ago | reply

      It looks like a wonderful, old brick building. Do you know anything more aboout it?

    3. John Hardison, The Old Snake Wrangler 30 months ago | reply

      Looks Delicious to me Doug.. Great shot.. I like your 100 strangers group

    4. Giabicone Fotografia [deleted] 30 months ago | reply

      I need this one yes !!!

    5. ღღ L'ombra del vento (formerly AlaLala12)ღ [deleted] 30 months ago | reply

      Omg...looks delicious!

    6. Anything photography 30 months ago | reply

      my taste buds just killed me for some of this..................

    7. T i s d a l e 30 months ago | reply

      Wow......My Hunger Pangs have arisen. Excellent Capture.

    8. No9 (Tony) 30 months ago | reply

      I can almost smell the fresh croissants. I think the candid shot really works well.

    9. RightBrainPhotography 29 months ago | reply

      I like this, it is a lifestyle shot in a way... A nice candid shots other way, well done Doug.

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