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In such a beautiful day, the thermometer was showing a few 17°C (felt like 28) so I decided to go for a stroll on the seaside. Heading to Anse de la Fausse Monnaie, at the end of Corniche Kennedy, this long road going along the sea, linking the South of Marseille and its famous Vieux-Port…. Read moreaucuneandno comment yetfor this article.
The exprienced traveller can ben noticed thanks to his old-patina-leather-bag. It aged beautifully, went all around the world as none can tell how it got so many scars and stains – “Medellin, Colombia, summer 1993, a sad story”. With it, he went over many difficulties, it even saved it life once. He thought he lost… Read moreaucuneandno comment yetfor this article.
It was on a thursday, Max, Romano and me headed to the Badaboum where we wanted to make a photo shoot in their bar, we had seen few pictures of it on their website. Upon arrival, lights weren’t powerful enough but Max’s bachelor flat turned to be an ideal scene to shoot a first series…. Read moreaucuneandno comment yetfor this article.
Passing through Paris, we could enjoy to stay in the 11th at a place called “Badaboum”, former Scène Bastille. The Badaboum is a concert hall with many different rooms among which this “bachelor flat”. The atmosphere is more than welcoming there. Retro interior furnitures, Formica table, egg ball chair, vintage transistor radio, video games and… Read moreaucuneandno comment yetfor this article.
Some outfits have to be saved for certain occasions. From one side, dressing in black and white everyday would be sad, from the other, this type of uniform deserves being worn on a worthy event. It was the first time I went so far with it, adding some accessories, sticking to the code of the… Read moreaucuneandno comment yetfor this article.
You may have had the same personal experience if you have ever visited the Père-Lachaise cemetery in Paris. Entering this place named after Seigeur François d’Aix de La Chaise who lived there until 1709 can be found a map locating all famous people buried in here. Even if the average peaceable atmosphere can be felt,… Read moreaucuneandno comment yetfor this article.
We’ve been travelling a lot around France the last few weeks. Rennes, Nantes, Paris, Bordeaux and now Marseille. For this occasion, Romano was my tourist guide. He took me to a small village called Goudes in the famous “calanques” area, located on the coast. Hidden in the rocks was an old blockhouse from World War… Read moreaucuneandno comment yetfor this article.
For this photo shoot I went to this place called Friche Belle de Mai. Remember, I took you there once on a sunny day of February 2012 (Cf Marseille’s Wildland). Now they have built a new cultural area. This old tobacco factory which was in a total state of neglect, has been rehabilitated in a… Read moreaucuneandno comment yetfor this article.
Few weeks ago we went to Nantes for a few days off. Before meeting some of our readers in a bar, Romano and me went for a walk around the bar located at the famous place called “Hangar à bananes”. This place was built to stock bananas in a time when Nantes was the main… Read moreaucuneandno comment yetfor this article.
Gustave is a cat who likes water and caresses (he is more a dog than a cat actually). That’s why we got along easily. A lot of black is announced this season. Here it is, incanated in a kitten walking in the midle of a large Parisian appartment. Emerald and gold eyes, Gustave know how… Read moreaucuneand1 commentfor this article.