Wednesday, July 17, 2013

I/Alphabe-Thursday

 Outside a collectibles store

I is for INSIDE

There's something different INSIDE each wooden box. 

Store selling miniatures in Port Perry

Dolls and dollhouses  are for sale INSIDE this store.

St. George's Anglican Church, Sutton West

This door is open in hopes passersby will check out what's INSIDE.

I am linking to Jenny Matlock at Alphabe-Thursday HERE 

39 comments:

Kate said...

I wouldn't mind having one of those boats in the box.

Lowell said...

I want the boxes and the sailboats but probably couldn't afford them.

I see your Anglican churches tend to have red doors as do our Episcopal churches.

Pamela Gordon said...

I love those boxes in the first photo. They look great stacked for display. This town looks like a pretty place to visit.

see you there! said...

I too like the boxes and items in the first photo. Someone is that shop knows how to display their merchandise I'd say.

Darla

Indrani said...

What is inside makes me curious. Great shots!

Jill said...

Love that display!

Sandra said...

love that door, and the little wagon with the crates..

Shammickite said...

I think it's time for another trip to Port Perry.....

Birdman said...

Love to work my way through another person's junk.

TexWisGirl said...

love the cute display in the first and the 'open door' policy!

PerthDailyPhoto said...

Lovely diverse collection of 'insides'!

Judy said...

Those old boxes make a nice display and just looking in the window of that store makes me want to go inside. But the red door wins the prize for beauty!

Sinbad and I on the Loose said...

I'd want those boxes but it looks like a few others above me have the same idea in mind.

Lois Evensen said...

That sure is a pretty doll house on the right side of the second image!

kelley jensen said...

you are so clever.

Rose said...

I have a few crates like the one on top...from work. I wish I had gotten more while John and Sandy were still in charge!

And I love that entrance!

Sharon Wagner said...

Cool cart!

Terri said...

Very neat images- I love the door on the church.

storybeader said...

what a variety of insides! The church looks very inviting - I don't remember that happening when I was traveling... {:-Deb

Rocky Mountain Woman said...

interesting insides!

Stephanie said...

Love your collectibles shots and the red door on the church.

myfluffybunnies said...

Gorgeous! Wish I could spend an afternoon inside all of those places!

Kathy said...

I love to browse around places like these.

Carol L McKenna said...

Great shots ~ love the ambiance of all your photos ~ ^_^

Jim said...

Hi Ms. T.G. ~~ This would be a nice shop to visit. I've known others inside a church.
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Cheryl @ TFD said...

Love the way they've displayed the boxes!

Randy said...

I love the wooden crates in the first shot.

edenhills said...

All three pictures are nice, but I really like that stack of boxes.

Tracy Cook said...

i would love to look inside that shop, but would love those three boxes, would use to store my cookery books in the kitchen

JDaniel4's Mom said...

I love the boxes! They would be wonderful in my son's room.

Debra @ Homespun said...

Hey can you go INSIDE the doll house store for "M" ( miniatures : ) ? :)

Great I post! :)

Jesh St Germain said...

What a creative idea to put the crates on top of the toy cart! You can put lot more inside that way:)

Small City Scenes said...

Inside--indeed!!!
MB

fredamans said...

Love the sailboats inside the box!

Cezar and Léia said...

It's a very special set of images, the first one 'Inside' has so lovely details!Clever captures!
hugs
Léia

Pondside said...

Clever take on 'I'. I like all of the 'insides' but especially the church door - I wouldn't have been able to resist a cool, dark interior.

Jenny said...

What an intriguing link for the letter 'I'.

I love all the interesting treasures.

And the idea of using those boxes and shelves! That would look so cool as a wall mount!

Thanks for a fun link!

A+

Splendid Little Stars said...

great choice for the letter I! very clever!
and such great photos!

Sue said...

I especially like the display outside the collectibles store.

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