This is a scan of a French postcard mailed in 1911. It is a photo of the overflow of the Seine at the Passy footbridge. I don't know all the details, but in Paris in 1910, the Seine flooded big time! Streets were covered with water and impassable; many impromptu boardwalks were set up. In this picture, there's none of the drama of the flooding, but instead just a very sublime scene rich in architectural detail.
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1200 dpi $16.99 (can be printed wall art/poster size up to around 24 inches wide or so; commercial or personal use)
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