Monday, October 20, 2014

Window Display

 Winery window display

Friends of ours own and operate a small winery and in the entranceway there's a charming window and shelf with old stuff I wish I owned. I'd love to have those wooden birds. I'm sure I could find a place for them...okay, pretty sure.

The window above the three birds has one more bird

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53 comments:

bettyl-NZ said...

That's some great looking 'old' stuff. I'd like to have it in my window, too.

orchid Miyako said...

Oh, I let my wood work lover husband see the birds; he was facilitated♡♡♡ He said he can find the place for them too:-)

Sending Lots of Love and Hugs from Japan, xoxo Miyako*

Revrunner said...

I especially like how the light is falling on what looks to me like a willet in that second shot. And there's just something magical about the interaction between sunlight and certain kinds of glass.

Penelope Puddlisms said...

These wooden carvings catch the light beautifully at the window and are lovely indoor reminders of wildlife.

see you there! said...

You take the birds and I'll have those old milk bottles in their wicker holders, ok?

Sandra said...

so beautiful, i like the bottles and the candle holders. and the cute little keg.

Kate said...

Yes those duck decoys would be fun to own! Looks like a nice place. Hope their wine is good too.

Birdman said...

Sunny still life.

Shammickite said...

Nice display of some lovely old pieces. I like the iron wheel outside the window too.

HOOTIN ANNI said...

pretty!!! And I have to mention that beautiful sunlight drifting through the wooden window pane.

What a gorgeous setting for a winery.

TexWisGirl said...

oh, me, too!!! used to collect wooden birds and duck decoys. only have a few around that i kept.

Judy said...

I love those bottles, in the first image!! I wonder what they were used for...

William Kendall said...

I do like them, and I like the way you've photographed them.

Sylvia K said...

I have to admit that I love all your photos of whatever!! And these are no exception!! The window is terrific! So much clarity and wonderful colors! Thanks for sharing not only the beauty of your world, but of your photography as well! Have a great new week!!

Marie said...

Lovely still-lifes!

Stephanie said...

I love these shots. It is begging me to draw it.

A Quiet Corner said...

Love these handmade things!...:)JP

Bob Bushell said...

Brilliant wooden waterlife.

Indrani said...

Lovely display!
Nice art work.

Karen S. said...

Very pretty and quite lovely, and it doesn't even stand out as a winery!

RedPat said...

I like that bird in the bottom shot!

Chandra said...

The Ducks (Mallards?) remind me of Ducks Unlimited store in Jackson Square Mail in Hamilton, Ont.

Great job on the fine find and you have (if I may point out) done a great job of controlling/accounting-for the lighting.

Beautiful work, Tina.

Peace :)

marshaleith said...

I would love these too!

cieldequimper said...

I wouldn't mind having a couple of them. And a glass of wine.

Fun60 said...

The ducks make a good window display.

Rajesh said...

Beautiful arrangement on the windows.

Halcyon said...

Those wooden ducks are really nice! They would look good in a cottage. :)

Sallie (FullTime-Life) said...

I LOVE those carved birds. I want them and I have absolutely zero room anywhere. And oh my gosh do you know how to pick friends or what!

eileeninmd said...

Very pretty window displays.. I love the bird carvings.. and the candle holders? Enjoy your new week ahead!

Tom said...

Love the decoys. Tom The Backroads Traveller

Lois said...

I could definitely find a place for all of those birds!

LV said...

Definitely an eye catcher that would draw the customers in.

Barb said...

I have several carved wooden birds - I display them in a guest room. A large swan graces our master bath.

Ginny said...

I love window shopping! And I would buy the bottles in the basket and the tall bird! It is better doing window shopping on a blog, because look at the money we save!

Felicia said...

very pretty window displays and you captured the light so beautifully.

Bruce Clark said...

Great still life shots!!

Yogi♪♪♪ said...

I just love that kind of stuff. I don't want to own it though.

Randy said...

Interesting display.

Jack said...

Lovely. Some day I want a wooden loon. There are loons on the lake I visit in New Hampshire some summers. It is shocking how few there are left. I went to a loon conservation center this summer and learned that there are only about 1,000 loons left in New Hampshire. They take about six years to mature enough to breed, and they are susceptible to pollution and lead sinkers from fishermen.

Hazel Ceej said...

I remember apothecary and beakers in some old film. Love it!

Margaret Adamson said...

Seeing the old milk bottles brought back many memories of me and my grandfather bottling milk into them and then delivering them

Gattina said...

That is really a beautiful window display !

llandudnopictures said...

Simple and very effective display!

Lynn said...

What a beautiful window, I have one of my Father's hunting ducks who has a front and center spot in our home :-).

Tammie Lee said...

lovely glimpses

Roan said...

I like those birds, too. JD has a couple of them and I have an extra spot where one would fit. Not sure about making room for more than one, though.

Jackie Mc Guinness said...

Vintage!

PerthDailyPhoto said...

Love the wooden birds EG, I do have one almost exactly like the one in your second shot.

Starnitesky said...

That's a great display, I too like the wooden birds.

thirtysevenandcounting said...

Very attractive window displays!

Visiting from Rubbish Tuesday,

Lindy

Birgitta said...

I like this! So beautiful!

Tanya Breese said...

what a great window display!

Grandma C said...

I love how the sun lights up everything in the second photo!
So sharp and clear, Great shot!

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