Monday, February 16, 2004


Thanks to ramage for alerting me to this wonderful site
This collection contains close to 7,000 illustrations related to Québec and covering the period 1870 to 1907. It includes photographs and drawings published in three Québec periodicals of those times: L'Opinion publique, Le Monde illustré and L'Album universel. The collection offers an incomparably rich view of the daily life of Québec society in political, cultural and the economic terms.

and to this amazing image found by solipsistic

I wanted to link to a snow and bitter sort of image but wouldn't you know. First hit of sunshine today in over a week.

Comments: le bouncing

That fellow being hurled through the air is ever so elegant, isn't he?

I just hope they caught him.

Seriously rotten weather coming your way Miss B. Rug up this week.
Posted by Scott Wickstein at August 1, 2004 08:01 PM

Looks like some variation on Australian Rules, doesn't it?
And the Big Men Fly?

Hard to believe rottenness is in store after a beautiful weekend, that all Melburnians needed - to get us through the bleakness. But how can I argue with the Adelaide uber bureau?
Posted by boynton at August 2, 2004 12:01 AM

As I write, Hailstorms are seen to the west, and driving rain and freezing howling winds... abandon ship. Women and dogs first...
Posted by Scott Wickstein at August 2, 2004 05:35 PM

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