Have you ever seen a red sunflower? I’m kind of partial to the yellow ones growing in Provence, but this looks kind of nice with the pink roses, don’t you think?
More shots of Provincetown. Oh, yesterday WordPress suggested a “similar story” to mine. It was about a shooting, as in murder. Guess I need to say “photographing” more?
How great are these bowls?
I’m not into nautical themes after growing up in the landlocked Midwest, but this store is one of the nicest I’ve seen.
The guy who runs the place is really nice too.
I was surprised to learn that most of these shops are open only in the summer.
In P-town you can see ice-cream-colored stores:
Let me warn you right now that I love neon signs. Love them. You will see them on my blog fairly often, should you choose to continue. I’d own one, but I’m strangely frightened of neon gas. If that sign breaks, it’s really bad for you and the environment.
Is cheesesteak really one word? Webster says so, but it looks weird to me.
See you tomorrow, people. Have a great one.
In fact, “cheesesteak” is FIVE words: heart attack on a plate.
I note that “cheese” and “steaks” are separated by about as much real estate as are “burgers” and “seafood” in that photograph. The latter two are most assuredly not all one word combined. But is “seafood” all one word???? The plot thickens!
shh! It is me but I am in major construction so I’m on the down-low. 🙂 It will take at least a couple of weeks I think before I’m ready to launch.
Your secret’s safe with me. 🙂
Love the pics! I’m sure I’ve been to that ice cream store (on Commercial, yes? Although that’s a likely guess, eh?). And the BF loves neon, too; you’d get along nicely.
I’m pretty sure. We were on Commercial most of the time.
That’s another thing in common!
Those bowls are outstanding. And I’ll take eight whole placesettings of those fish plates.
I’ll get right on that. 😉
Hope you’re feeling a little better today.
I am from Mass. and living in Paris for many years I have not been back in P-Town for way too long. This brought on the nostalgia. Gotta get there one of these years! Erica
And I miss Paris! Thanks for dropping by. 🙂