My last two posts, “The black Queen”, and “1916. The bride wore black” were a tad dark. So I thought this Pot-Pourri # 18 might add some colour. Above: Notre-Dame. Without flood.
I felt relieved after seeing this solicitor’s advertisement in London.
Street art, Mexico city. Probably did not have the right solicitor.
Metro station, Palais Royal, Paris.
Above and below: the Cathedral in Milan. The wealth of details is overwhelming.
In the garden, Mexico city. This little bird was down on the floor, panting. I locked up Miao Zedong, our cat, and tried to give it a bit of water. No dice. Then as I tried to pick it up, it flew up to a branch. I guess it was all right eventually.
Street art, Camden Town, London. I didn’t know about Camden until I saw a post by my friend Tiffany Choong. Visit her blog:
Camden Town is a great place in London. Lots of street art, events. I will do a special Camden Town post. Some day. 🙂
The Mad Hatter and the Rabbit, Camden town.
Street art in Tlalpan, Mexico city.
“No-one should be persecuted for his/her opinions, including religious, as long as their manifestations do not interfere with the public order established by law.” Universal declaration of the rights of Man and Citizen, 1789. Concorde metro station Paris.
Street art, Camden Town.
Above and below: Suez Canal, Ismaïlia, Egypt. c. 1928. On the steps of the house. L. to r. my grandmother, Julie (so “fashion”), my grandfather, Pierre, my father Cyril, about 10, and my aunt Gaud, dressed to the nines and sulking as any self-respecting teenager sometimes does. 😉
The Captain and crew wish to extend you their most heartfelt thanks for flying with Equinoxio. Have a lovely week-end.
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