Pot-pourri veinticuatro


San Francisco. July 2016. I would gladly buy the little blue house. But I understand real state prices in Frisco belong to another dimension. The Twilight Zone maybe? πŸ™‚2-2016-07-18-20-22-37

Sophia Loren. A few years ago. (Gentlemen don’t tell). On the wall of a restaurant. Cuernavaca, Mexico. July 2016.


The 7th (street) Art. London. 2015.


Marcello Mastroianni. Forever next to Sophia Loren on the same Restaurant wall, in Cuernavaca.


A Mexican lion. Close to our current house.


The big wheel. Tuileries garden, Paris. Honestly? I find this big wheel out of place.


A house with a view. Conakry, Guinea. West Africa c. 1962


Porte dorée. The façade. Harvesting pepper (poivre) in Indochina, probably Tonkin, in the thirties.


(Window) street art. Milan. 2014.


Grand-Place, the main square, Brussels. 2003.Β An amazing place. Have a sit on the cobblestone pavement and look up at History.


At the boat-club, west Africa, coming back from the islands. Sis’ chewing her finger. C. 1962-63.

Again, it has been a pleasure to fly with you on Equinoxio’s Time-Space shuttle. Until next post, have a lovely week.


29 thoughts on “Pot-pourri veinticuatro

  1. Beautiful pictures. I visited Brussels a number of years ago and marveled at the Grand Place, so beautiful lit up at night!

    • Yes, yes, yes! Such beauty at night. πŸ™‚ Brussels is but a small town, but I go back regularly. (Taking advantage to complete my collection of Franco-Belgian comics, hehe!) A bientΓ΄t, Coeur de feu.

      • I love Brussels. I lived in Germany. Travelled to Brussels only to have my car break down. I spent a week there waiting for it to be fixed, hanging out in coffee shops , going to movies dubbed in English staying at an old hotel where me and my friends were the only guests(creepy) ! How’s the collection coming along.

      • That was a fantastic adventure/experience. So that’s where your german come from. “A creepy hotel in Brussels” calls for a story. Collection is doing fine. Close to 800 comic books. I buy a suitcase-load in Paris every summer. πŸ™‚

  2. Oh, I thought sis was picking her nose from the inside. πŸ˜› XD You’re both lovely – looking a little bit naive (or just curious?) yourself, maybe, but children are allowed to. πŸ˜‰
    There’s no view like the one in Conakry, I tell you that. Feels like Waterworld. πŸ™‚
    That big wheel’s definitely out of place, but Sophia and Marcello could stay anywhere. πŸ˜‰ And speaking of italian, shouldn’t the title spell “ventiquattro” or is that a similar language?
    Take it with a grain of pepper πŸ™„ if you like but in my opinion seventh is hardly an art anymore, but more like cartoons with people in them, sporadically.
    Nothing (good) to say about Brussels so I say nothing (good old saying). Even that mexican lion agrees. πŸ™‚

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