Here on Sepia Saturday, we are on a journey, visiting some of the finest photographic archives in the world to provide theme images for our weekly call for posts. This week, we have reached the letter L and we are calling in at the Liberas Archives in France for a street view from the 1950s. You can match the scene with street views or photos from the 1950s or whatever interpretation you care to give us. Simply post your posts on or around Saturday 26th June and add a link to the list below. And whilst you are hanging around on a street corner, take an opportunity to see what is around the sepia corner.
Some old photos, and newer ones.
Street lamps come in all shapes and sizes.
A tale of two cities from me.
I am going with buildings and addresses, which helped me solve a mystery about my Italian great grandfather's surname.
I just grabbed a photo that I've not used before and then I noticed something I hadn't paid attention to before. Now I need your help - what is it? where is it?
Oops! I accidentally posted on last week's link - which I did not do. Oh well. Now it is in the right place!
I believe I have a match for this theme, actually ten matches. Musical and long, but hang on to the end as I promise it's worth it.
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