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Originally Posted by snowmanxl View Post

Omg Nutella crepes! Had them in Nice as well.
Zurich tube looks incredible

Thanks for sharing

I don't know why these street crepes are not a thing in the US (or are they? I haven't seen them). $5, freshly made, so delicious, variety of ingredients. icon_gu_b_slayer[1].gif

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Wearing something kinda similar to your fit Moo dunno if I should even post today, looking good though.

By all means, I am no paragon of style.
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They (crepes) are in a majority of the Asian dessert/milk tea shops in the bay.
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They (crepes) are in a majority of the Asian dessert/milk tea shops in the bay.

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Moo, that GR delivers icon_gu_b_slayer[1].gif

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Boring MC casual (sorry about the bad light and soft focus)

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Woolrich Travel Jacket, Johnstons cashmere scarf, M. Cilento unlined deerskin gloves, Scaglione merino Air Jumper, unfused Vincenzo Di Ruggiero cotton shirt, Canali flannel pants, Edward Green Dark Oak calf belt, Cheaney country grain boots, Mk XV on buffalo strap

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theyre not a thing here in canada either redface.gif
there are some kiosks in malls but very scarce and its not as enjoyable when you're in a mall compared to the streets of nice :P
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great stuff, moo. thanks for posting.

much like deniro, i also had a wedding to go to!




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Originally Posted by snowmanxl View Post

theyre not a thing here in canada either redface.gif
there are some kiosks in malls but very scarce and its not as enjoyable when you're in a mall compared to the streets of nice :P

Not perfect, but pretty close Snow:

http://www.blogto.com/restaurants/millie-creperie-toronto
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Do I spy pocky?! Lol thanks for that icon_gu_b_slayer[1].gif
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Originally Posted by Mr. Moo View Post

Thanks. Yes, we went to Eze and it was really spectacular. Just like with most of the well known villages, I wish it were less commercialized, but that's how it goes.

Did you check out Saint Paul/Vence?
I think it is the Pisa.
Thanks. All photos taken with a point and shoot (no, really: http://www.bhphotovideo.com/bnh/controller/home?O=&sku=965424&is=REG&A=details&Q=)

I can't say enough good things about this camera. inlove.gif

Agree. It was pretty quiet when we were in Eze. I hear it gets quite busy so I think we were lucky.

I take it you have edited those photos? I'm a photography noob (but want to learn) and find it hard to understand how such pics can come from a point and shoot!
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Yesterday. Right sleeve is not really that short. Blame the awkward pose :embar:

 

Geller, WvG, JE&Co x 2, 10sei0otto

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Originally Posted by hennree View Post

Agree. It was pretty quiet when we were in Eze. I hear it gets quite busy so I think we were lucky.

I take it you have edited those photos? I'm a photography noob (but want to learn) and find it hard to understand how such pics can come from a point and shoot!

Yup - we were there during "off-season" for tourists, so it wasn't too bad at all in terms of lines, lack of space, etc.

The photos have been edited lightly in Lightroom and/or Photoshop (just basic color/contrast correction, that type of thing). The camera I used, the Ricoh GR, is not an ordinary point and shoot. It has a fantastic 28mm 2.8 fixed lens (so you zoom with your feet), coupled with a great, strong, lightweight body and fantastic handling (buttons, customizations, etc.). It's my favorite camera that I have ever used, and that is saying a lot, as I have used many cameras, from full frame DSLRs to Leica and everything in between.
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Nice pics/fits moo! You have any more pics of some of the small villages you visited? I really want to see some the next time I visit France
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BTW, I received so many nasty looks from Parisians and even people in the South for my sneakers... I felt shame everywhere. But the sneakers saved my life (just unbelievably comfortable, without a single warm spot over seemingly 100s of miles of walking). biggrin.gif
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You mean you didn't just hover across the countryside clad in a bespoke suit + pocket square + St. Crispins?
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Super ugly running shoes are the only viable option for walking comfort? C'mon man. All these years on SF... Where's your pride?
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