Friday's Favorite French Things
Ok, it's not Friday, but when you're late, you're late.
A big kiss for whoever can tell me what kind of trees these are. You see them in avenues, town squares, in front of the hôtel de ville. In summer they are full of leaves, but in winter and spring they get pollarded and at this time of year you can see their fantastic gnarled shapes.
We call them "Titeuf trees" after the catroon character Titeuf