Weekly Photo Challenge: One Shot Two Ways – Walls

I took this photo from my car on my way home from work.  I had been driving by this building almost every day and thought I should take a picture of it.  I love these old ads on historic structures and they are quickly disappearing from the urban landscape, unfortunately.

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Now that I look at these two, I would like to take a third, focusing in on just the ad.

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13 Responses to Weekly Photo Challenge: One Shot Two Ways – Walls

  1. Sally says:

    Love the texture of that wall.

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  5. redstuffdan says:

    Bonjour Mme,

    You have a very interesting, colourful and entertaining blog. Love that giant shuttlecock and the nostalia piece particularly. There are a lot of old walls in this part of France containg faded advertising – byegone days. I have always thought to do a series of photos and this lovely shot of yours makes me want to do it more than ever.

    Thank you

    Regards

    Dan

    • anniedm778 says:

      Why, Thank You Dan! I am afraid these old wall advertisments will soon disappear making way for new buildings. And how about a Coca Cola for 5 cents! 🙂

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  8. I love the “Relieves Fatigue”

  9. I too love the part of the sign which reads “relieves fatigue.” Considering it was selling for 5 cents I bet that was old formula coke. Great picture!

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