Time for a few more vintage scenes involving people sharing a glass of who-knows-what (not always wine but let's be tolerant...). All these anonymous actors may be gone by now and that makes the contemplation of these scenes more nostalgic. As you know I find these pictures on flea markets and brocantes, vides-grenier (neighnorhood-street flea markets), they've been recovered presumely when an elderly person died and there was no one to collect her papers and family pictures. I often come across great pictures with this excellent quality of black & white prints showing sharp, crisp scenes which are a useful tool to get to feel the way people were living and experiencing their daily life. Inspiration is somehow a more efficient tool to decipher History and understand our elders' reality, and it certainly help us reassess our values and what we should consider really important.
As usual when there's some info with year written on the back of the picture I'll note it, otherwise I'll put the estimated year (may be off target but at least I tried).