Interesting sculpture.We have several small family owned jewelry stores in Columbus/Phenix City. You can definitely find family friendly prices.
Doesn't the truck inside the store get in the way?
Hmmm.... very interesting sculpture. Thanks for the poem! Although I'm still digesting its true meaning. ;-)
I like this sculpture very much, and also like how you blurred part of the photo.
You could ask but they seem very busy.there was a man from Ocalahe couldn't write but he could hollaHe made me cryI don't know whyBut I wouldn't give him a dolla!!!
Maybe this sculpture is supposed to put people in the mood to spend more money on jewelry.
It's good to find places where they actually still REPAIR.The sculpture is a gorgeous love scene I think. Especially if that's meant to be a rough man with baby.
There are beautiful reflections in your first shot and I LOVE the second one with effects and the modern sculpture is fabulous!Very interesting gallery/ store, I would like to visit there!Léia
It looks like something by Bourdelle, but a bit different.
I'd rather be with the koi a few days back. Seems like you've been on the go!. Did you buy a diamond while you waiting for the watchrepair?
Well, now that the sculpture is on your blog it's famous. :)
I don't think they're about to kiss and tell.
Looks like one of those abstract pieces.
Look... you got your own poem Jacob! Unfortunately poetry is not my strong suit, but I am working on it.
The truck in the store is probably getting its battery replaced, too. This business is really full-service.
Abstract .. reminds me of The Kiss .. perhaps its lesser known companion piece The Shrug?
That sculpture made me remember "The kiss" of Klimt.RegardsValery[Barcelona Daily Photo]
I like very much this sculpture and it's nice to have a shop that repairs items!
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