Posted on September 18, 2021
The Public Art Challenge is all about portraying items that are visible from the street, so what could be more out in the open than a door knocker?
This one, in the medieval quarter of the city of Cahors, in south-west France, is a little out of the ordinary in a macabre kind of way.
PPAC 18 September 2021
Category: Uncategorized Tagged: Cahors, Door furniture, door knocker, Macabre, PPAC, Street Furniture
Posted on August 7, 2021
The picturesque city of Perigueux is (in normal times) a popular tourist destination. Inevitably that means there are lots of shops, all competing for footfall from passers-by. Signs alone are not enough in some cases.
PPAC 6 August 2021
Category: Uncategorized Tagged: Perigueux, PPAC, Red, shop signs, Street Furniture
Posted on April 20, 2018
This well-weathered wooden bench is just outside the Cabinet Médicale, on the main road through our local village of Mézières-sur-Issoire. It’s been there for quite a while.
Cee’s Black & White Photo Challenge: Seating
Category: Black & White Tagged: Bench, Black & White, Cee's Black & White Photo Challenge, Mezieres-sur-Issoire, Seating, Street Furniture, Texture
Posted on March 13, 2017
I spotted this ornate water spout and drain cover in the old part of the small French port of Honfleur:
Mundane Mondays #100
Category: Uncategorized Tagged: Drain, Drain cover, Honfleur, Ironwork, Mundane, Mundane Monday, Street Furniture
Posted on February 7, 2017
Another mundane (?) image from St Junien: this park bench is also outside the local Tourist Information Office, not far from last week’s postbox. Properly framed, the symmetry is quite appealing.
Category: Uncategorized Tagged: Bench, Mundane, Mundane Monday, St Junien, Street Furniture
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