Sunday, November 2, 2008

Wine shop

19 comments:

photonio said...

cheers!!! have a nice day

Mary Jo said...

Talvez mais tarde...
Não me lembro deste. É de alguma casa inglesa do centro da vila?

Livio said...

Love this sort of images, they are amusing in the town streets.
Thanks you very much Jm for having chosen my blog for the award the last Oct 29

Shelagh said...

Great fun, this one!
Retrospectively I have to say - beautiful shots of '50's buildings (right out of my Bauhaus-plus background) and also, and particularly, of Cascais, earlier in October. Thank you for sharing.
S

Tanya said...

He is great! I love this shot :)

Funny that you saw Roanoke on tv last night. It's neet visiting theses photo blogs from around the globe then hearing info on them from the tv, you feel like you've been there!
What was the crime committed? We have a big lake, Smith Mountain Lake and several rivers that I know of. Last year was the terrible shooting at Virginia Tech which is nearby.

Joy said...

That's lovely! I like the colours and the figure. I don't drink wine myself, but I would use it for cooking.

By the way, when you type in your URL in my comment box, you forget to put in BLOGSPOT in the address :) I thought I'd let you know.

Thanks for visiting Norwich Daily Photo and leaving your comments. Have a lazy Sunday!

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rob said...

He has a good nose!

Sharon said...

Great decor for a wine shop! Cheers!

Hilda said...

Those chef or waiter statues in front of restaurants freak me out sometimes, but this one is fun! Love that haughty nose! ;D

Sailor Girl said...

É na Rua Direita, não é???
Nice photo!!!

Sterl the Pearl's Daily Pics of Boulder said...

A picture after my own heart!

Mary Stebbins Taitt said...

That's interesting! :-D

Looks like fun!

Per Stromsjo said...

Ah, an interesting contrast to our state-run monopoly...

Priyanka Khot said...

He looks like a British butler...

I was instantly reminded of a P.G Wodehouse book - Stiff upper lips Jeeves.

nobu said...

That shop is so colorful.
I love it!

JM said...

Livio, you are very welcome!

Mary Jo e Sailor Girl, é na Rua Direita, sim! :-)

Thank you all for stopping by and commenting this post.

Mo said...

Ah you dont see too many places like that. The wine is in barrels in the shop as well. Definitely adding that one to my visit list.

Kelly said...

An interesting combination, these two shots! I love these fun displays on the streets in front of shops!

Virginia said...

JM, Wine.... always a spot I will want to stop.
BTW, is that really you on your new photo? Love it!
V