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Saturday, March 19, 2011


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Lots of reflections and the place looks like lots of fun to browse.


They even have a mirror in the window for added reflection.
Great name - these people are artistic in many ways, it seems.


A very whimsical sign and a great photo!


Ah mais où est le Parme ?!

It's a joke, and it is difficult to translate it in English : la chartreuse de Parme is a book from a French author, Stendhal... You picture immediatly made me think of it, that all...

Greensboro Daily Photo

Oh how I love city daily photo and the readers it attracts. Your comment made my day 'Tsuki. I went to wikipedia and learned something new. If you want to know more about 'Tsuki's reference and step back into the late 18th/early 19th century, read here:


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