Posts Tagged ‘french’

Look Scan.

January 31, 2011


Henri Cartier-Bresson.

November 18, 2010

Ever since university I have been a fan of Cartier-Bresson’s work. Only the other day I was speaking with my partner about my seldom used Moleskine notepad… The only words it contains from my time in higer learning, among illegible ramblings are “Look at works by Henri Cartier-Bresson”. Aah, bless.

Another one: France. 1932.



October 12, 2010

Just a handful of the Pink topped cycling sports cards that I scored from L’Eroica’s flea market for just 1 euro a pop. On the back you will find all the stats and details of the rider pictured on the face of the card but unfortunate to me, these, unlike most I have seen are written in French (I really must get those lessons sorted out). A few of the cards are also signed. Result.

Le Cyclisme.

June 19, 2009


Oh my gosh this book looks amazing!

“From what I can gleam, it’s all about racing strategy including attacking, riding position, equipment and so on. There is also a nice little section that lists “Les Grandes E´preuves Du Sprint” or Major Sprint Races. The records stop at 1928, so I’m guessing this is booklet is from 1929 or 1930.”

More images here.

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