We are entering our third month of the new challenge Lingering Look at Architecture. For details and instructions please see our title page here: Title Page.
This month we are featuring Farmer’s Markets and or Mom and Pop Shops. If you are anything like me you will be out and about this season shooting pictures of the wonderful colors. Don’t forget to pay homage to the small business owners. Post your pictures of farmer’s markets and/or Mom and Pop Shops and link them to this post. Most important…have fun!
This challenge runs from October 1st through October 30th.
I love this photo! I’ll try to find a couple of photos and participate later this week 🙂
Love to have you. the man that owns this store (with his wife) is a retired Air force and now landscape photographer. We had a LOT to talk about 😉
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Ah, I love autumn, and I love farmer’s markets and individual shops so I have loads of photos for this month Dawn. To start off, a few lovely indie shops from Carouge:
Cool Jude! I’ve been having fun with this shooting. now the hard part editing and creating the post.
This looks like a great place to visit. Love the signs on the building. American Pickers would get a kick outta them. 😀
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Hi Dawn, here is mine.
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I hope this kind of fits your criteria…a little different take.
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and my last entry: http://smallbluegreenurbanicity.wordpress.com/2013/10/29/lingering-look-at-architecture-in-october-farmers-markets-and-or-mom-and-pop-shops-5/