Takin’ it to the streets…of my favorite little town…tucked away…unscathed…a haven of sorts, where life doesn’t move so frantically and people still have purpose.
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“Fill your basket with cheese” 🙂 Yes, why not?
Exactly! Why not?!
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my name is Terence and I posted this week’s photo challenge. I would like to put together a gallery of (some of) the submissions and wanted to ask your for permission to include your shot! If so, could you send me a link or the file?
Thank you for wanting the shots!
Which one did you want? If you want all I can email the files to you. What would be easier for you?
Thanks so much!
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NC! Beautiful… I love the little shops too. 😉 TY for the pingback! 😉
I love little shops! They have so much character!
I’m gonna go get a basket.. I will be visiting soon. 🙂 Please have cheese ready.
Hahaha! I love that sign! They have the best cheese. Stinky cheese, strong cheese, mild cheese, sharp cheddar, you name it…they’ve got it!
These are all great Joy. This looks like my kind of “city.” NYC, or Chicago, or any other big city might be nice to visit, for about 36 seconds ;-), but this looks like the kind of place you could spend a day wandering the shops, grab a quick bite in a nice little sandwich shop, and generally enjoy the day.
This is a little town tucked away in the smokey mountains of NC. I have no cell service and internet is hard to come by. Pure serenity! 🙂
Oh, and the little coffee shop still uses the real espresso machine to make the drinks. If you’re more than 5 people back in line he gives you a heads up that it will be 15 min. for your cappuccino. It comes out looking like drinkable art and tastes like you just stepped out of a cafe in Florence, Italy. I have to stop talking about it or I will abandon work and run away 😉
Small towns – comfortable surroundings. I love these pictures! God Bless You this Lords Day!
Thank you Janie!
Blessings to you as well.
I really like those trees that line the street.
Thanks Mark 🙂
A nice range and variety–very lovely.
Thank you Naomi 🙂