Saturday, September 17, 2011

Collectibles/ SOOC

Outside a collectibles shop, northeast of Toronto

Last Sunday, my husband and I visited several antique and collectible shops in Kawartha Lakes, part of Toronto's Cottage Country. This shop is on a country road.

To see more photos straight out of the camera, visit Jan's  SOOC at Murietta365.

17 comments:

Jidhu Jose said...

nice shot. noticed the love shape of leaves

see you there! said...

Looks like a perfect place to "sit a spell".

Darla

Kate said...

I have three rocking chairs in my house. Do I need them...No. Do I love them...Yes!

Ali said...

nice... very welcoming!!

Randy said...

I love that white rocker.

Lorna said...

I was afraid I would be overcome with envy until I found out this was a store, not your yard...no, I think i could just be happy for you.

Andrea said...

nice shot, but haha, the vine needs some attention! I love that fern on the window.

Cildemer said...

Very nice composition!
Thanks for sharing;o)

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Kathy said...

What a lovely little place. Looks so inviting.

Sherrie said...

Hi!
Beautiful entry! Very inviting to whom ever comes by. Have a great day!

Sherrie
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Cezar and Léia said...

They are charming chairs!Great composition!
Léia

Kim, USA said...

Very cozy and charming place.

SOOC

Rose said...

I wish I had that white rocker...do you buy or do you just like to look when you go to these places. We love to go and look, but mostly I don't need any more stuff!

Buttons said...

Very nice. B

Jacob said...

One can find so many cool things in these collectibles shops...I love to look around but seldom buy anything 'cause we have no room to put anything new! :-)

Nikki said...

Gosh... the shop is cool... but what a peaceful place that would be to sit and relax for a while...

Judy said...

Oh man, I want that white rocker too.

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