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memorabilia - Fortin & Fils Bouchers

Posted by
vu@granby (Granby, Québec, Canada) on 19 March 2009 in Cityscape & Urban and Portfolio.

© Archives de Carole Gaumond 2009

▼ vu@granby c'est 56 photographes - 56 contributing photographers


memorabilia - Fortin & Sons Butchers


... prise par mon père, Léopold Gaumond 1910-1993...
... taken by my father, Léopold Gaumond 1910-1993...


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le blogue du photoblogue - mis à jour le 18 MARS 2009

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À tous nos visiteurs : merci de vos commentaires !
Visitors: thank you for your comments!

Jean-François from Les Issambres, France

Quelle image émouvante **********************

19 Mar 2009 6:03am

@Jean-François: Merci Jean-François !


alain

rem_la from Villiers, France

toute une époque ....................

19 Mar 2009 6:42am

@rem_la: Effectivement, c’est un boucher qui livre la viande à domicile. C’est un autre monde aujourd’hui.
Merci Rem_la !


alain

Rags from Plano, United States

I like the image.

19 Mar 2009 7:18am

@Rags: Thanks Rags !


alain

Standley from Carquefou, France

Une très belle image très touchante!

19 Mar 2009 8:34am

@Standley: Merci Standley pour le commentaire !


alain

Mathilde from France

Une image hors du temps! Dominante et grain magnifique!!! très beau!!

19 Mar 2009 8:45am

@Mathilde: « Une image hors du temps ! ... »
Effectivement, c’est un boucher qui livre la viande à domicile. C’est un autre temps aujourd’hui.
Merci Mathilde !


alain

Linerberry from Sumner, Christchurch, New Zealand

Wonderful old picture of the wild west!!

19 Mar 2009 9:22am

@Linerberry: Thank you on behalf of Carole !


alain

Viewfinder from Bradenton, FL, United States

Wonderful look back into the real past. Thanks to your father's excellent eye, we see what that time period really looked like.

19 Mar 2009 11:07am

@Viewfinder: Thank you VF, Carole will be happy with your comment !


alain

Denis Desjardins from Granby, Canada

Belle contribution...!
Sur quel rue on a pris cette photo?
Je me risque : Rue Centre près de Principale.
Une corniche de maison de 1910..?

19 Mar 2009 11:15am

@Denis Desjardins: Selon Carole, c'est la rue Centre ou tout près.
Merci Denis !


alain

Earnest from Oklahoma, United States

I love to "walk into" this sort of photo and look around!

19 Mar 2009 11:56am

@Earnest: Thanks for your comment, Earnest !


alain

Cheryl from Texas, United States

awsome! thank you for sharing this.

19 Mar 2009 12:05pm

@Cheryl: Thank you, glad you like it Cheryl !


alain

k@ from Paris, France

Ce gros grain est d'un émouvant...............

19 Mar 2009 12:16pm

@k@: Merci Karine !


alain

medam961 from Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina

Return to the past; the old and good times. Beautiful old photo!

19 Mar 2009 12:48pm

@medam961: Thank you, Carole will be happy with your comment !


alain

Marie-Hélène Ammor from Casablanca/Paris, Morocco

C'est vraiment intéressant de voir ces témoignages de la vie autrefois !merci de partager !

19 Mar 2009 1:08pm

@Marie-Hélène Ammor: Effectivement, c’est un boucher qui livre la viande à domicile. Aujourd'hui faire cela est impassable.


alain

john4jack from Corvallis, United States

Marvelous processing. A step back in time.

19 Mar 2009 1:50pm

@john4jack: Thanks for your comment, John !


alain

Jen from Alpharetta, United States

Wonderful!

19 Mar 2009 2:43pm

@Jen: Thanks !


alain

Rui from Leiria, Portugal

These old photos always amaze me. This one is terrific. Simply beautiful!

19 Mar 2009 4:52pm

@Rui: Thanks so much Rui, glad you enjoyed it, Carole will be pleased !


alain

grouser from Ludlow, United Kingdom

The magic of frozen moments in time

19 Mar 2009 4:56pm

@grouser: Thanks for your comment, Grouser !


alain

Veronica from Bucharest, Romania

hy, this is nice like in a country movie

19 Mar 2009 5:55pm

@Veronica: Thanks Veronica !


alain

zOOm from Paris, France

Je partage totalement l'avis de Marie-Hélène !

19 Mar 2009 7:23pm

@zOOm: Effectivement, c’est un boucher qui livre la viande à domicile. Aujourd'hui faire cela est impassable.
Merci Florence !


alain

Steve Rice from Olympia, United States

Wow! I like this vintage shot. Wonderful.

19 Mar 2009 9:51pm

@Steve Rice: Thanks for your comment, Steve !


alain

Veronelle from Lens, France

un tres beau vintage

19 Mar 2009 10:30pm

@Veronelle: Merci pour le compliment, Veronelle !


alain

Danièle Francis from Granby, Canada

Bravo!

19 Mar 2009 10:59pm

@Danièle Francis: Merci Danièle !


alain

LauraS from Chico, United States

Wonderful period photo.

20 Mar 2009 2:49am

@LauraS: Thank you for your appreciation, LauraS !


alain

Michael Rawluk from Williams Lake, BC, Canada

That is an amazing piece of history.

20 Mar 2009 2:56am

@Michael Rawluk: On behalf of Carole, thanks a lot for your compliment, Michael !


alain

vu@granby - gilles daigneault from Granby, Québec, Canada

Merci beaucoup Carole
de partager avec nous ces p'tits trésors !


gilles d.

20 Mar 2009 5:39am

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