10 Funny things I saw in La Braderie, in #Lille, France

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Mary in a box?

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Two siblings mocking the third one

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Animals watching shoes

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Wanna buy our chair?

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Colorful and elegant

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Bike on this and know what shaky is

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A bench to cigarette on

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Just in case of clouds leaks

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This bird comes from San Francisco (I asked)

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Robby on a flying saucer, obviously. A golden one.

 

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#vintage #cocacola

I like this little one, improbable combination of classic Coca-Cola vintage America and the soooo French “Délicieux avec de bons mets”.

Mets means “dish” (as a “food course”), but it’s unused today, dated and… vintage.

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The Photographs of John Vachon

Wikipedia : John Vachon (May 19, 1914 – April 20, 1975)

He’s known for his black & white rural poor people photographs. What I want to show you here are his color and cities photographs. You’ll find more in Pinterest, or course (for example here).

Here are three of them. The rainy color one is colorised (and wow !).

(my Pinterest : https://fr.pinterest.com/jrobocatwaldgan/

 

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