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Friday, May 20, 2016

Barber Shop

23 comments:

  1. Love the old fashioned striped barbers pole sign :) Happy weekend TFG.

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  2. Love the old fashioned striped barbers pole sign :) Happy weekend TFG.

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  3. Love those reflections, but what's a "Barbar" shop? Heh, heh, heh!

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  4. An excellent black and white reflection! I like the way the blinds and reflections look together.

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  5. Love the effect of the blinds!

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  6. Great reflection. Have a lovely weekend.

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  7. Beautiful shot on a rainy day in black an white! I like it!
    I wish you a lucky weekend!
    xxx Britta

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  8. nice reflection. have a good weekend

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  9. That is a nice reflection...

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  10. nice reflection, I like the blinds 'contribution' as well. so, that striped pole is a sign for a barber's shop?

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    1. In Europe during the middle-ages the red and white striped pole was the sign of a barber shop. Red stood for the blood letting service, and white for the bandages. The U.S. added a blue stripe, probably for patriotic reasons. Barbers haven't done bloodletting since the 18th or 19th Century, just shaves and haircuts.

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  11. Don't see too many Barber poles any more. Kinda neat to see.
    MB

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  12. Oh.. very successful mirroring!

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  13. Few barber shops remain in France. Great reflection.

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  14. they still have barbershops? I have not seen any since I was a child. fine shot!

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  15. I like finding glass walls like that one.

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  16. A really fine reflection. I like this very much.

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