Photo: Méra et bébé, Bélesta, 20 octobre 1897

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Méra et bébé, , 20 1897
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Image by Bibliothèque de Toulouse
Fonds Trutat – Photographie ancienne

Cote : TRU C 2346
Localisation : Fonds ancien (S 30)
Original non communicable

Titre : Méra et bébé, Bélesta, 20 1897

Auteur : Trutat, Eugène
Rôle de l’auteur : Photographe

Lieu de création : Bélesta (commune de Cahuzac-sur-Vere)
Date de création : 1897

Mesures : : 8 x 9 cm

Observations : Note manuscrite de Trutat : " 20 1897, Bélesta, Méra et bébé, obj. Turillon ". Tirage papier.
Mot(s)-clé(s) :
— Enfant — Costume d’enfant — Chapeau — Chien — Porte — Bois — Arbuste — Automne

— Bélesta (commune de Cahuzac-sur-Vere) — Cahuzac-sur-Vère (Tarn) — Castelnau-de-Montmiral (Tarn ; canton) — Midi-Pyrénées (France)

— 19e siècle, 4e quart

Médium : Photographies — Négatifs sur plaque de verre — Noir et blanc — Turillon — Portraits — Cassure en deux morceaux…

Bibliothèque de Toulouse. Domaine public

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Question by Syd XV: How are dogs able to use dog doors? How do they work the keys without opposable thumbs?

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    • John
    • September 4, 2012

    Magic? Some dog doors have in/out only locks. With others the dog wears a magnetic collar that activates the unlock so that unwanted pests stay out.

    • Danes Forever
    • September 4, 2012

    HA! This question makes me think of my dog… He opens bedroom doors, even locked ones. I don’t know how he does it. He also recently figured out how to open the fridge, freezer, and sliding glass door. What a knucklehead….

    • Byrd
    • September 4, 2012

    I have asked myself that many of times.

    • DeeDawg
    • September 4, 2012

    and others simply blow up the door with their minds.

    • you don't know me GP
    • September 4, 2012

    My dog doesn’t have his own thumbs, but he frequently borrows my babby’s thumbs. Needless to say, they’re in cahoots to steal snacks.

    • jack
    • September 4, 2012

    How did the dog escape the fireball in the tunnel in Independence day. Dogs can do anything!

    • Launi ~Thundering ~ Wild Angels~
    • September 4, 2012

    Uh……you are kidding, right? You do know what a dog door is? A flap which installed into a door.

    Oh my.

    • SERGEI.K.C.
    • September 4, 2012

    Great capture…Looks like a scene from "Secret Garden"

    • C r i s t i á n : A n d r é s
    • September 4, 2012

    Excelente fotografía, una escena maravillosa. Saludos

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