Monday, August 03, 2009

Paris Photo Quiz 6 - 'Jolly Good, Old Chap'

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Paris Photo Quiz 6 - 'Jolly Good, Old Chap'

Welcome to the great Paris Set Me Free ~ Paris Photo Quiz!
The idea is simple: I post a pic I took in Paris, and you have to try and guess what or who or where it is. OK? Let's go.

Quiz 6: There are three clues in this image which could help you guess where it is. and two of them go together, because the gentleman looks like he's trying to be what it says in the street sign, which I believe is just a little too little to read!
Then there's the shop sign, which is so famous in Paris that anyone who has been in this corner of the city can't fail to have noticed. So, do YOU know what the street is, and what the shop is as well?

And feel free to comment even if someone has already guessed correctly - add more info, talk about similar places you know, share your little Paris stories or anecdotes... whatever - the more the merrier!

The answer and a new mystery pic in a few days!

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Paris Photo Quiz 5 - 'Serious Headache' ~ Answer

Well this poor chap has also featured in this recent posting, albeit peripherally. He's in a little garden next to the Place Dalida at Montmartre and his sad story, which I've already mentioned elsewhere, is that his preaching was rather unappreciated by the Romans, who proceded to decapitate him. So strong what his faith, however, that he just picked up his head and struggled north to the town of St.Denis, which gave him his posthumous name. Or was it the other way round? Well, rather him than me, in any case.

Click on the little pic on the right to go to the big version and the original quiz question on the blog.


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Paris Photo Quiz 6 - 'Jolly Good, Old Chap'
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