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Subject: [Leica] Tintin
From: philippe.amard at (philippe.amard at
Date: Wed, 15 Feb 2012 12:42:00 +0100 (CET)
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Message du : 15/02/2012 12:09
De : "Jean-Michel Mertz " <j2m46 at>
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Sujet : Re: [Leica] Tintin

A very, very good picture, Quan, taken just at the right time. The B&W is 
perfect for this type of situation, we all know what it means trying to 
change a child's mind! I think I learned to read with Tintin, quite an 
institution in France and Belgium. The author, obviously, was in many ways a 
visionary (Walking on the moon, for instance) and Tintin books have become a 
classic read for people "from 7 to 77" as the ad goes. Early editions are 
quite sought after on the art market.Jean-Michel

A definitely good photo indeed - which also brings me back when I read my 
first "book" by myself; it was a Tintin.
Still much read by some "young people aged 7 to 77" as stated by Jean Michel.
For Tintin's fans here's the castle/palace that inspired Herg? for Moulinsart

Keep them coming Quan

> Date: Tue, 14 Feb 2012 19:59:37 -0800
> From: quantran101 at
> To: lug at
> Subject: [Leica] Tintin
> I just posted a new post on the blog
> All comments and critiques are welcome. Thanks for viewing.
> -- 
> -Quan
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