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Timeless, I think – could you date it precisely?



  1. Not much ch of a clue there Sue.
    Hard to tell what he’s carrying but is that a holder for a largeish mobile phone attached to his belt?

  2. Yes, 3.05 pm on 2nd September, but not this year …

    Seriously though, love the suggestion of solidity, even dependability that the monochrome effect offers, a contrast to the figure with their shopping (?).

  3. As he is carrying a man-bag, I would suggest it is after 1970, also from the cut of the trousers.
    But I am often wrong!
    Best wishes, Pete.

  4. Eleazar

    Seems like the picture has been taken… in France? Maybe one or two decades ago 😀

  5. I was going to guess 70’s France.

  6. Gorgeous tones and scene too.

  7. I agree that it’s timeless, Sue.


  8. Lovely shot. It does have a timeless quality to it. Love those narrow roads.

  9. Great shot. He’s rather formally dressed by todays standards which seems out of place in what looks like a less wealthy street. Agree with above -street looks French and man looks late 1970s.

  10. It’s absolutely timeless. I am sure the houses are at least a hundre years old, while the man walking past the rows of these picturesque buildings is more contemporary. The photo has such a peacefulness and calmness about it.

  11. Perfect for BnW brings out the textured walls

  12. Nope. 🙂 🙂 Not even imprecisely!

  13. Absolutely timeless, and full of story.

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