Saturday, October 23, 2010

Scenes from downtown Ocala

16 comments:

Virginia said...

I WANT THAT DOOR!!
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Randy said...

Nice door, and I love the Painted Pony!

tapirgal said...

Oooooh. Look at that shiny horse. I want one.

Small City Scenes said...

Taking us on your walk ala VP eh? I like the idea. I like the horse too.
And maybe I will do the same someday. Thanks for the idea. MB

cieldequimper said...

The horse looks familiar somehow, but I'm not sure we've seen this particular one before. I love those houses. As for the door, today isn't Wednesday, is it?!!

Ash said...

I love doors! And that aqua-coloured horse is super cool!

Kcalpesh said...

Truly creative colors on the horse!! Did you too notice the sky reflecting on the windows of that building? Amazing...

amatamari© said...

I really like this series, especially the first photo, so wonderful!
:-)
Thanks for sharing!

Irredento Urbanita said...

In Madrid there was an expo like your last photo, but with cows, it was funny.

Regards

Valery

[Barcelona Daily Photo]

Joy said...

I love the colours in all your photos! No fair. Cheerful atmosphere! Norwich is a bit glum these days.

Hope you have a great start to your week!

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EG Wow said...

That sure is a bright door in the first photo. Great for easy directions: just ask for and then knock on the red, yellow and purple door.

Steffe said...

That horse photo is a winner.

Irina said...

Rainbow is in every image. So beautiful.

Jarart said...

What a great door. Love the horse.

Cezar and Léia said...

Love all pictures, the welcome colours in the lovely door ( fashion isn't it?), the elegant street, a cool gallery and the flag is a plus!The last cute horse is outstanding!
Léia :)

Francisca said...

I enjoyed this walk à la VP too! You are presenting a charming town, Jacob.

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