Wednesday, December 21, 2011

A Sunday afternoon at Barnes & Noble Bookstore

12 comments:

tapirgal said...

It's good to see this. Although I'm taking part in the demise of real bookstores with my iBook reader, I love them (the stores) "to death." Maybe that's a bad phrase. . . . It's good to see people enjoying real paper. On the other hand, I love toting a whole library in such a minimal space as my iPad or phone. What is one going to do?

Olivier said...

beau traitement, qui fait bd

Ash said...

Sounds like a lovely Sunday...definitely my idea of a having a very good time!

RedPat said...

Wonderful - especially on a rainy Sunday afternoon!
Love the effect you used Lowell.

Randy said...

I do miss having a large bookstore in town. Nice shot.

Memphis MOJO said...

Even though I have an e-book reader, I love to go to B&N.

cieldequimper said...

I'd be there any day!

Kate said...

Although I prefer small independent bookstores which are disappearing at an alarming rate, I'm glad that B&N stores have not gone the way of Borders. Despite the convenience of e-book readers (which I have no interest in buying) I still prefer the "real" thing, and I'm increasingly using my local library. I like the sight of rows and stacks of books and like the way they smell.

Rajesh said...

Very nice place to spend a quiet evening among the books.

Amin said...

Hello! The colors are very interesting in this photo...

Small City Scenes said...

I used to spend hours inside B&N but now I read less and...........

EG Wow said...

This looks like paradise to me!

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