National Geographic : 1924 Nov
FLASHES OF COLOR THROUGHOUT FRANCE THE SARDINE FLEET IN THE HARBOR OF CONCARNEAU The blue nets of the fishermen and the brown and white sails of the small craft make this ancient harbor of Brittany a haven for artists. Out of a population of 10,000, more than 3,500 are sardine fishermen, and 3,000 men, women and children are employed in the sardine factories. RESTAURANT © Autochromes by Gervais Courtellemont THE WOOD MARKET IN A PYRENEAN VILLAGE The Bigorre district of southern France, in which these peasants live, is famous as a winter resort. The town of Bagneres-di-Bigorre, one of the chief thermal stations of the Pyrenees, is visited annually by some 30,000 patients and tourists.