Sunday, July 15, 2012

Paris memorialabilia at Hobby Lobby

Paris is a very popular place in Ocala!

19 comments:

petrolin50 said...

Gran decoración. Torre Eiffel, en muchas maneras. París debe ser realmente popular. Atentamente, Pedro.

petrolin50 said...

Great decoration. Eiffel Tower in so many ways. Paris must be really popular. Sorry for the first translation of the Spanish setting. I never got to switch. Sincerely, Peter

EG CameraGirl said...

Really? So a lot of Parisians live there? Or lots of residents there speak French?

Taken For Granted said...

Wear a beret, go to Hobby Lobby, and it would almost be like a trip to the city of light if you squint hard enough.

cieldequimper said...

Hmmmpf!

Lois said...

I'll take a pink Eiffel Tower please!

Jack said...

Cool. I wonder what the appeal of the Eiffel Tower is for the fine residents of Ocala.

RedPat said...

I think the idea of paris is popular in a lot of places!

Thanks for the link about word play - It is a good one!

Randy said...

We have almost the same set up at ours. Must be a new push in the stores. Like the new banner shot too.

Olivier said...

une boutique de souvenir parisien a Ocala, cela fait bizarre ;) elle est belle notre tour eiffel ;)

Pierre BOYER said...

Best regards from Paris my friend !!!
;-)

Pierre

Birdman said...

Is this a flower shop? Hobby Lobby? Is this your hobby?

Cezar and Léia said...

Love this image, it's very romantic!
Léia

Taken For Granted said...

Very few rednecks in Paris, but one could do worse than follow in the footsteps of Eugene Atget. Glad my comment brought a smile. That was my intent.

Linda said...

A gorgeous display and you have captured it beautifully, Lowell.

Judy said...

So you can go get a Paris souvenir without leaving town. Saves $$ but where's the fun in that!
I like the new banner photo...a lot!

Kate said...

I think that Paris is a pretty popular place...period!

magiceye said...

delicate and subtle

MJ said...

We have that exact pillow! (Not from Paris, sadly, but from a local gift shop.)

"Photographers deal in things which are continually vanishing and when they have vanished there is no contrivance on earth which can make them come back again." — Henri Cartier-Bresson