I guess I had a busy week last week. Thursday night was “Ladies Night Out” in Lexington, MO. I found this post in drafts (thought I finished and published it, but guess not) so it is just a bit late. I LOVED the color of the gramophone that was in one of the antique shops!!  It was a great night shopping in the historic town with each store serving hoer devours and wine.  A favorite was the cream puff and wine at Il Bel Carrello on the quaint brick patio in the rear of the store.  Oh and I mustn’t forget the chocolate truffles they were serving were to die for as well!  Dinner at Mulligan’s, “The Littlest Pub in Missouri”.

Mulligan’s Irish Blessing
Lucky stars above you,
Sunshine on your way,
Many friends to love you,
Joy in work and play-
Laughter to outweigh each care,
In your heart a song-
And gladness waiting everywhere
All your whole life long.

~ by kcjewel on September 21, 2009.

7 Responses to “Gramophone”

  1. The color and design are wonderful!

  2. Now that is one busy but interesting composition. I would have liked just a tiny bit more room in front of the Gramophone but that is just a nit.

  3. Love the many shades of green on that!

  4. agree edvatza… that store was very crowded. i had myself crammed against an 18th century wardrobe to get this… guess i could have crawled in *smiles*. i would like to get it in front of a black background with some lighting. the store was also very dark.

  5. Green Gramophone! Great one for a change :D

  6. Exquisite machine. The items in the background are as well. Love the colors and shapes and textures you have captured here. Your shopping trip would have been to die for with all that food and beautiful things to browse. Good capture.

  7. This is great, I love the subject, and the green tones in the gramophone

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