Yes, it was changing season when I left New York last week...definitely an autumn chill in the air nights and early mornings! I was glad it was still a little cool here in Australia when I arrived home, before we launch into Spring today and then Summer...loved your earlier post about the flowers, thanks for showing us your town and all the lovely flowers too! Annie
Maria...But looking at these showcases, it's difficult to convince children not to buy.
Oh no! It's raining giant colored pencils. I hope they are not missiles disguised as pencils.
Your are right, from this angle, they do look menacing. Great shot, I love the perspective.
Hi maria!Thank you for your sweet comment as usual:)today I was very impressed at your message. I wrote a long message for you on my blog. If you feel like it, please see it:)By the way it's still hot in Tokyo. but fall has come.I like this display.they have alreay wone clothes for fall!
What a joyful color! Very nice photo!
*SIGH*Yes... school IS starting:( I'm not a student but a mother of two....! I really like your blog so I'll link you in my blog!
Ces, that was exactly what I suspected when I saw the innocent pencils ... ;)
Great composition, Maria!
Oh wow, great minds think alike! :)
LOL! Nice photo. Funny with the crayons, now that you have pointed out how the are hovering over the kids. They DO look menacing. I'm glad summer is almost over. I look forward to autumn/fall weather, which is my favorite. Paz
reminds me of candles....
That is probably why the manequins have no heads because they are afraid, they might get poked or maybe the crayons knocked the heads off. Hehehe.
Hehehe, ces, sometimes when you look into showcases you would not believe what you see. Manequins without heads is nothing! I must have a closer look with my camera sometimes...
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