An old door on Rue Longue. The anti-war poster is used as a message pad:
'Jean-Philippe, Me donner en urgence la clé de la cave. Merci. Ou je change la serrure,' - which roughly translates as -'Jean-Philippe, Give me the key to the cellar urgently. Thanks. Or I'll change the lock.'
I love this snippet of life. Maybe it's simply that things seem more interesting in a language other than your own.
If you enlarge the smaller photo, you'll see the poster says 'Tout pour l'armée, rien pour ta gueule.'
Thank you so much to Marie and Catherine and my neighbour, Agnès, for the correct translation, which isn't literal - the word gueule being slang in French. 'All for the army, nothing for yourself.' Read the first two comments for this explanation and information on Cabu, the famous cartoonist and caricaturist, who created this poster. Thanks, ladies!