The Frenchman Jules Beau is considered the first photographer to specialize in shooting sports and distributing the work to the press. He was a photographer of “the people’s sports” and was particularly attracted to the new Parisian craze of “velocipede,” which soon became a competitive sport. His albums are filled with men and women posed on their bicycles much like these photographs of Marshall “Major” Taylor, an African American who won the one-mile track cycling world championship in 1899 and who would go on to set many world records in cycling.
My appologies for not explain much onnhere, but I will do it now! I went on a trip with my dad to the lovely city of Paris. On our forth day we visited the team at Zagtoons, and Thomas Astruc 🐱🐞 bought snails for us to try. I took a brave bite xD
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