And if I had my choice, I'd choose this over the last photo any time.
Such a bold photograph...to compliment the java...the latest Pike blend. LOL.Lovely capture of one of my favorite spots to stop for a respite, aside from the book stores.
What a bold photo...to compliment their bold "Pike's" blend. Nice capture of one of my favorite places to stop for a respite, aside from the book stores.
But if you drink too much of this stuff (coffee), you will need one of those (porta-john) ;-)
Is this a moment-in-time self-portrait? I like the atmosphere of these places but prefer my coffee cheap and more timid.
Where is your better half? !!! ;~))
A friend of mine went to China. I kiddingly asked him if there was a Starbucks at the Great Wall. He said, no, but there used to be one in the Forbidden Palace!!
Un starbuck très classe ;)
starbucks is everywhere. good customer service but I pay that much for a grande every morning is totally sinful!
Starbucks is everywhere...
I strongly agree with tapirgal!
We don`t have Starbucks, but my husband love their coffee`s..... and I love their chairs and newspapers....So whenever we see one in London or other places we go to, we will have a break....
Agree with Paula. I like their coffee, but Starbucks itself is becoming too big and greedy.
Hmmm, I can taste my hot mocha. I love coffee.If you moved a little to your right, it won't be a half-body portrait.^^ Nice photo as always.
I loved your reflections!:)For sure a place to take my daughter Marina, she really loves this café!But no one here in Luxembourg,it's a pity... HugsLéia
Very "bold" of you to show half of your reflection Jacob!
I guess you first come to Starbucks and then to Florida Express.
They are everywhere. You cannot escape their clutches. MB
Ahh...just what I needed this morning!I am sorry to say, I can't answer your questions about the Church in my photo from yesterday. The next time we go to Jerome, I will see if I can get inside to get some pictures and ask some questions.
I like this self-portrait.
Heartburn this way cometh ...
I like so much to look into the reflections of the photographer. And to hide myself when I do reflections photos:-)))
For when you are short on the jitterrs...
Strong, but acidy and overpriced coffee.Responsible for putting many local coffee shops out of business - but then locals could've supported their own.Low wages, low tips.Did I mention I never go to one of these, unless there's no choice?
Who is that half-a-person? Was he bold enough to go in for half-a-cup?
nice capture! :-D
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