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Re: New topic Photos
« Reply #240 on: September 03, 2019, 09:35 AM »
I think that's a good idea. Know Maher, I know that if he wanted his picture on the forum he would have posted it himself. I urge you to remove it immediately.
I removed it.
But you have to know that this photo is available publicly.
I just went to this website, and Maher had been silent for a few years but he just posted a few messages. it seems he's a phone specialist since he's talking about the new samsung s10 smartphone (but he's not talking about the children who are working in Congo's cobalt mines).
Well, I want to tell him that I don't have such claims, I just use the Honor 9 lite. It's much cheaper but it's still an interesting smartphone.


Imagine the mosque of Qalqilya. Somebody is approaching.
Perfume: Opium, Yves Saint Laurent. Boots: Golden Gouse. Sweat: A.P.C. Islamic Hat: Christian Dior. Maher has just come in. Everyone is flabbergasted.
Well, I just drank a glass of Pastis. I will delete this message later.

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Re: New topic Photos
« Reply #241 on: September 24, 2019, 12:32 PM »
Here are a few unusual pictures for the users of the forum.


A donkey race, in Karachi, Pakistan.



The Sathorn Unique Tower, known as ghost tower.
This is an unfinished skyscraper in the Thai capital city of Bangkok. Planned as a high-rise condominium complex, construction of the building was halted during the 1997 Asian financial crisis, when it was already about 80 percent complete. It is now among the most prominent of Bangkok's many derelict buildings, and has become a destination for urban explorers. A Swedish tourist hanged himself in there, hence the name ghost tower.





Palestinians gather as goats are on display at a livestock market, ahead of the Eid al-Adha festival, in the West Bank town of Bethlehem September 10, 2016.



The catacombs of Paris.
Small corridors are carved into the rock. Bones line the walls, sculls are scraping at one’s elbows at times.  A creepy wind is blowing softly, hitting the back of one’s neck
Bones are pile tightly, centuries ago, stacks of human remains are all around, reminiscent of a horror movie.

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« Reply #242 on: October 19, 2019, 11:05 AM »
Today, I'm posting a few photos taken in Clermont Ferrand.

The most famous monument of Clermont Ferrand is certainly the Cathedral of Our Lady of the Assumption.
It is a Gothic cathedral and French national monument and also the headquarters of the Archbishops of Clermont.
It is built entirely in black lava stone, which makes it highly distinctive, and visible from a great distance. Its twin spires are 96.1 metres tall, and tower above the town's rooftops.


An optical illusion on a wall.




A national gathering of yellow vests was announced in Clermont-Ferrand this Saturday, October 19th.
Nearly 300 people marched in the city center of Clermont-Ferrand, braving the ban to protest.
An imposing police device had been put in place: access to place Jaude was under guard, a hovering helicopter monitored the area
Around 4 pm, the situation became tense: some protesters briefly entered the Commercial Center Jaude before being dislodged by the CRS.



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« Reply #243 on: November 02, 2019, 03:14 PM »
Tonight, I'm posting 2 photos. Click on them and look at the details carefully.







In the first photo it's a beautiful view from a terrace. In both photos, we can see a weird tower.
aa1234779 and Vasudev must be thinking it is the Eiffel tower.
Actually, what you see is a lava dome and one of the youngest volcanoes in the Chaîne des Puys region of Massif Central in central France, known as Puy de Dôme. It was created by a Peléan eruption, some 10,700 years ago. Puy de Dôme is approximately 10 kilometres from Clermont-Ferrand. Since 1956, an antenna is located at the summit of the Puy de Dôme.
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Re: New topic Photos
« Reply #244 on: December 14, 2019, 01:01 PM »
Tonight, I'm going to hold another conference with new photos taken in Royat, a thermal town and some photos of an exhibition that was taking place in Chamalières.

Here is a photo of Royat, a town near Clermont Ferrand.


A rainbow.


A view of Clermont-Ferrand


It looks like the castle of the Adams family.





The exhibition ‘Medium Glass’ presents the works of 8 glass artists from the Dare d'Art collective. This collective has existed since 2010 and brings together some 40 glass artists.
Its objective is to offer collective exhibitions of unique pieces across France or abroad.

For these artists, glass is their medium, the material through which they express themselves. It is a material with a very rich historical past. The Studio Glass movement, which came from the United States in the 1960s, led to the development of individual workshops to create unique pieces and go beyond the practical use of glass. A few years later, many artists from eastern Europe appeared with their solid artistic and technical training. These convergences participate in the birth of contemporary glass. The works presented are entirely produced by the artists themselves. Glass is a technically demanding and magical material. Its mastery comes with an unusual privilege: the shaping of light by silica. Its place in the world of contemporary art has often been misunderstood.
This exhibition helps to register this material as a full-fledged medium, in the same way as the others most frequently used. Explored in its plastic and chromatic dimensions, combined with other materials, exploited to catalyze space and light, diverted to make people dream, smile or reflect ... the potential of this material opens up an infinite range of possibilities for artists.











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« Reply #245 on: December 23, 2019, 01:13 PM »
Tonight, some photos taken today on Jaude place, in Clermont Ferrand, are available on the forum.


A Ferris wheel and a big Christmas Tree.



The statue orf Vercingétorix and the Church Saint-Pierre-des-Minimes in the background.



Some lights on the opera theatre.


Clermont Ferrand is probably more chic and attractive than Saint Etienne. The real estate is also 30% more expensive.

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« Reply #246 on: December 29, 2019, 02:47 PM »
Here are a few photos taken in Saint Etienne a few days ago. I've been there and then I've been abroad.
This town looks pretty sad actually. The first time I visited Saint Etienne I wasn't enthusiastic. But the people are pretty kind. The real estate is cheaper than anywhere else in France. Even if I think it should be at that price everywhere (60 000€ for a 60m² flat). And yet, I'm glad I went away.
I don't know if aa1234779 would want to live in Saint Etienne anyway. This lucky man must be living in a palace somewhere between Jeddah and Baghdad. For humbert, maybe it would be a positive change of scenery, in a spirit of nature and ecology.

Bellevue place.


The Bicentenaire place


The monument of the bicentenary of the French revolution.


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