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Friday, January 4, 2013

Topless and Floore Store



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  1. I especially like the bottom shot. It could have been taken decades ago.

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    1. It was shot last week, but you are right. It's a throw back to the 1950s.

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  2. Great post!
    It is perfect in B&W!

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  3. I wonder why they put "World's Best" in double quotes ... ;-)

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    1. Not sure, but this is an original Texas honky tonk which still has live bands on the weekends.

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  4. Interesting photos! The first one represents a creative bit of wordless, bold advertising! The second one is laden with the mystery of words!

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  5. The first window will certainly catch your attention!

    What a great old truck!

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    1. The first one was shot at Bussy's Flea Market on the side of a booth.

      It is a great truck, but is not in good condition, as it has no side glass so the dashboard is also rusted. .

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  6. Two very diverse photos ~ excellent !

    (A Creative Harbor aka ArtMuseDog and Carol ^_^)

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  7. nice shots of "every day life". :)

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  8. Great pictures!
    http://amitaag.blogspot.in/2013/01/inside-cellular-jail-1.html

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  9. Some funny stuff going on up your way. Do they dance topless at the Flore Store?

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    1. Doubt any topless dancing goes on in the Floore Store, but who knows what goes on in the parking lot? Texas honky tonks do have their reputations.

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  10. Gosto da segunda imagem, muitas mensagens ao mesmo tempo. Um abraço!

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    1. Sólo creer algo de lo que lee en los carteles. Un abrazo de vuelta a ti.

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