Monday, November 26, 2007

Time for Memories

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I fell hard for that entrance, that Atlas sort of guy holding the clock, and that clock itself. So romantic. For a few moments I stood there, memories of my husband filling my mind, then I set off for the bus stop.

16 comments:

AVCR8TEUR said...

I like that Atlas guy too. It looks like he's checking the clock out to find out when's quitting time.

Web-OJ said...

Hmm, hmmm, hmmm... breakfast at Tiffany's!!!!!!

Isadora said...

Sure looks great. That is what my eye immediately went to - the statue! Very elegant.

Forgive me, I'm sure you meant that you've remembered going to Tiffany's with your husband...but after you just talked about Atlas then the memories. I thought surely, he was your Atlas. :)

Olivier said...

cette horloge de chez tiffany est magnifique et bravo pour cette photo de nuit.

This clock at tiffany is wonderful and bravo for this photo at night.

Glenn Standish said...
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Glenn Standish said...

An expensive looking shop Lynette!

oldmanlincoln said...

He was a big guy like Atlas?

Nice.

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dot said...

Interesting looking building. That guy looks like he has just stole something and is running away!

Andrea said...

It does look like an expensive shop. I bet there are some beautiful things in there.

joy said...

Oooooh, love Tiffany's!

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Photo Cache said...

i love knowing the photographers story behind her photos, maybe we should all do that.

Annie said...

What a husband you had! I could stand and look for hours and I'd not see my husband in that form but the guy walking by might remind me of mine.

Chris said...

They just opened a Tiffany's in Nashville last year. Supposedly, it is the best grossing store for a city of this size. Not bad, I guess.

I like the Atlas/clock, too. . . .

Me said...

Interesting... clever framing of the shot!

Lynette said...

Let me say this about my husband LeRoy--he wasn't as big a guy as that Atlas, but oh, what a shape he had! I think it was all of the construction work he did that made his so strong. And he was romantic to boot, even if we never even saw a Tiffany's store in person. He could cook, too, just like his sons. Falling in love with that man remains one of the biggest blessings of my life.

smilnsigh said...

Oh my Dear, what a beautiful entry. As well as a beautiful photo.

Bitter-sweet...

Hugs,
Mari-Nanci