Wednesday, September 16, 2009

WHOSE TOWN IZIT?

We would all like to go for a visit,
But first, please tell us, Whose town izit?

12 comments:

  1. the building in the last photo looks English BUT the cars are on the same side of the street as America, there is a name on the green awning and a piece of street sign (no license plate very clever) but I can't read them... . the photos are beautiful - I love the bubbles with a little reflection in each - special effects? the town has real seasons and pine trees - that all I can guess at. GingerV

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  2. Wouldn't it be interesting if the last photo were flipped. Just thinking out loud.

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  3. yes, yes it would, but you can't fool us. There is a no parking or scenic route sign in the background.

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  4. flipping it does make it more 'british' - can't remember what their stop lights are like I was too busy trying to not get hit by a car driving the wrong way. I found a photo in Princton real estate that looke remarkably like this building.... so I second J9

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  5. Oh, how smart these ladies are. Indeed, it is Princeton. I'll tell you ,ore later today.

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  6. But, you never did properly answer the question asked.

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  7. Oh, well. At least I did not get a chance to make a fool out of myself.

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  8. GORDON!
    J( you do the honors, all I did was take your guess and look in real estate.

    (hint chef elizabeth)

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  9. Funny thing is I was going to show a traffic light as soon as the subject matter allowed it! I'll keep it up my sleeve for you all - Scriptor in the UK.

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  10. What were those bubbles were? My school just had a production, in one scene, they had bubbles.

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  11. The photo is of 1200 hand-blown glass hanging bubbles at Quark Park.

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