17 June, 2010

Le Troittoir

So, Barcelona (nor any town in northern Spain that we visited) has no sidewalk stamps, which makes sense since the majority of their sidewalks are cobbled. In Paris, the ones that aren't cobbled are paved in asphalt, and it seems that whenever new asphalt is laid, the workers inscribe it, or stamp it, with a date. Here are some examples:

1 comment:

andrew said...

These are wonderful! I'm so glad you're finding stamps wherever you go.