Friday, March 1, 2024

La Colline de Fourvière. (Weekend Street/Reflections # 162)

 

Lyon, France

A window reflection of Fourvière Hill. On the left you can see La Tour Métallique de Fourvière and La Basilique Notre-Dame de Fourvière is on the right. The bottom part of the photo shows a little of what's behind the glass, notably a framed picture of an ape wearing glasses and smoking a cigar.😎

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Friday, February 23, 2024

Une sirène dans le bus (Weekend Street/Reflections # 161)


 Lyon, France

I saw a reflection of the Starbucks logo riding on a bus in Lyon. 😄

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Friday, February 16, 2024

Courage mes amis ! (Weekend Street/Reflections # 160)


 Lyon, France

Two men having a lively discussion in front of the statue du Sergent Blandan in Place Sathonay.

                                           Have a great weekend!

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