Thursday, August 25, 2011

Forestry in the Moselle

Foresters have always been true to the Basque beret, of course, without a peek that gets in the way (or gets caught by branches), warm and breathing and handy to carry your lunch in between the field kitchen and the tree stump used for a chair. 
These photographs were taken in the early 1950's in the Moselle Region in France (bordering both Germany and Luxembourg). 
Photographs ©René Jacques

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