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I think it was on Saturday morning.
One day before heading to Paris, I captured these Millefleurs and Chestnut Honey Jars from Gers sold by their producer.
It was organic marche day on Place du Capitole in Toulouse, early September 2012.
Honey from apiculteur Olivier Chapelle, 32380, Saint Creac.
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