Wordless Wednesday 1

Every Wednesday, bloggers around the world post a photograph without words on their own blog. Here’s mine for today:

 

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Comments

  1. Oh, I want to do this too! Will you remind me when Wednesdays come?!

  2. Allyson Latta says:

    I can’t believe it took me this long to hear about Wordless Wednesdays. Show me your photos and I’ll show you mine. ๐Ÿ™‚ But shhh, not a word.

  3. Allyson Latta says:

    From Phyllis Diller Stewart:

    “I want to go there! With the red car it looks as though something adventuresome or mysterious could take place in that antique shop. Fab picture and perfect writing prompt.”

    • Allyson Latta says:

      Thanks, Phyllis. ๐Ÿ™‚ The antiques shop is in Beaverton, north of Toronto on Lake Simcoe. The day we went into the shop I didn’t take a photo, but when I went back a few days later, this beautiful car was parked right outside. I couldn’t believe it! So pretty and shiny. I hoped the photo might make people wonder, and imagine what the car was doing there and when the photo was taken …

      Thanks for commenting.

  4. carin says:

    Well that takes care of Wednesday posts rather nicely! ๐Ÿ™‚

    p.s. your car is deevine.

  5. Jane says:

    Great shot, like the vintage car and a nice house too:)

    • Allyson Latta says:

      Thanks very much, Jane. Your WW shot this week is lovely too, as are many on your photography site. I had a look around!

  6. Allyson Latta says:

    From Christine Barbetta:

    “What a great shot. Inspired.”

  7. Allyson Latta says:

    From Susan Siddeley:

    “Brilliant!”

  8. Allyson Latta says:

    From Cheryl Andrews:

    “Loved your ‘Wordless Wednesday’ shot … Inspired me to get involved as well.”

  9. From Natalie Shahinian:

    “Where were you when you took this?

    Iโ€™m an antiquing junkie!”

    • Allyson Latta says:

      This antiques shop is in Beaverton, Natalie. It’s called Beaver House Antiques & Collectibles, and its cluttered (mildly claustrophobia-inducing) and enticing rooms are stuffed floor to ceiling with all sorts of trinkets and potential treasures. Lots of fun to poke around in.

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