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A messy and complicated situation, this: many odd alliances among disparate groups and interests, symbols harking back to the monarchy, others have Macron's head on a stake. What is most definitely on display is human inventiveness of expression in the face of an existential crisis, addressing both a societal as well as a public health ill. Some pictures from this past Saturday in Paris. TL2, 35 Lux, Voigtlander 75 Nokton.

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Rewriting the French constitution...

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Theological aspects of the Covid pandemic

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Macron's head, fresh off the guillotine

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French society, on a suicide mission

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Animated discussions

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It's all a bit too much for these two

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Friendly cheer for the protesters

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The artist (or so he said)

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Ready for battle

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With a raised fist...

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Familiar theme

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Things can turn fierce (and violent) on a dime here, too

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vor 59 Minuten schrieb Louis:

Thomas, this is a wonderful set of the people in my hometown. BTW, I hope you are having a good time.

As for these people, I think they are just trying to have fun after all those months hard life. :)

Enjoy Paris, but be also careful, my friend.

Hi Louis, thanks for checking in. Indeed, there's a real need to get back to normal here, which includes all the small and large pleasures the French capital can provide. This "sanitary dictatorship" as it is called here may have ramification for next year's elections, though. Anyway, La Coupole is open for business, which is all that matters 🙂 

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vor 1 Stunde schrieb werner__:

At first I thought, only here in Germany we have crazy people like these

When I talked to people during the arch, they were actually referencing the protests in Berlin from last August that drew huge crowds as an example of civil disobedience. Similar worries, but different approaches. Today's Sueddeutsche Zeitung has an article about the particularities of French demonstrations if you're interested. 

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