Not For Sale

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Florist shop window display in Old Town. One of these items, I’m sure, is not for sale.

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10 Responses to Not For Sale

  1. Anne says:

    That cat doesn’t look very happy seeing you! Hehehe 🙂

  2. krisz says:

    heheh, i didnt even see the cat there at first glance 😀

  3. santy says:

    he looks like wearing a suit, that handsome cat! 🙂

  4. Kate says:

    Can’t seem to get your photo on my computer; sounds like everyone else did, tho.

  5. Kim says:

    This is such a purrfect picture. In quilting circles we call that pattern on the planter box a federalist shell. That detail paired with the lovely window setting really gives a sense of place to your photo. And of course the sweet shop cat is the star. I love its wiskers. Wonderful photo!
    -Kim
    PS-the photo loaded slowly, but that happens with all Wordprss sites for me (I have dial up). Sorry you couldn’t see this one, Kate!

  6. Helen says:

    Awesome photo!! The kitty looks like he is wearing a tux!

  7. Felicia says:

    Delightful photo and cat! I like it when a shop has a resident cat, makes the place more homey.

  8. Kate says:

    Finally got through; wonder what that was all about. Occasionally there is a vodoo at work on my computer. I not only enjoy seeing the cat, but I especially like the plant peeking from the corner.

  9. MarieMcC says:

    Anne, he had just woken up from a nap. I probably wouldn’t like someone peeking in my bedroom window with a camera, either!

    Kris, I saw him sleeping when I approached the window & waited for him to wake up.

    Santy & Helen, black & white cats like this are often referred to as tuxedo cats.

    Kim, nice to know we have crafters in our group! I don’t quilt, but I crochet and make beaded jewelry. Yes, he does have some pretty good whiskers!

    Felicia, there seems to be a number of shop cats and shop dogs in Old Town. I know of at least three other shops that have cats, and there’s an antique shop that is known for their Borzoi.

    Kate, that blood red coleus was what first beckoned me to come over with the camera. When I got closer, there was our little tuxedo wearing friend. My lucky day. That coleus will soon be gone, too, with the first hard frost.

    Thank you all for visiting!

  10. Olivier says:

    Tres belle photo, j’aime beaucoup le graphisme et aussi le bonus cadeau : le chat, il donne de la vie a la photo

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