There’s a wonderful shop in O’bryonville, Cincinnati, Ohio called “Dwellings” and all of these photos were taken there. If you haven’t started a series on being a “Tourist in your City” yet, it’s fun and great exercise if you walk the areas! It’s also a great way to become a better photographer!
The necklace around this mannequin’s neck is actually curtain tie-backs. What a creative way to display them!
It can be difficult to get a good photograph of a chandelier, because of the background, but this one was pretty good I think. LOVE the color!
Because I don’t purchase many things (leaves me more money for traveling, plus I don’t have a job right now), it’s fun to look at pretty things sometimes…
This is a bookend that I placed on the floor for the photo…
I liked the shape, texture and color of this artificial plant, although it definitely looks artificial.
This side table is gorgeous!
Love everything in this grouping…
Fun photo of a chandelier’s tendrils…
More color to prepare us for Spring!
This fitting room was at another shop on the street…but I like it!
Finally, this colorful door was down the street!
That’s a wrap for O’bryonville! See you tomorrow!!
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scarlett ohara would love those tie backs! so would carol burnett! lol!:)
Good point! Most guys wouldn’t think of that.
“Well yours truly has the ability of abstract thoughts!” One from oh brother
I love that door. It makes me think that if you walked through it you would be in a magical world on the other side.
Maybe it would be!
Lovely, lovely stuff!!
You sure know how to ferret out the beautiful photo subjects. Great photos.
Thanks Anneli! 🙂
Thanks for sharing such ‘wonderfulness’.
Thank you for liking my wonderfulness!
The pink door …. is MINE!
You liked it first…so it’s yours!
Thanks … I would love to live in Greece somewhere in a white cottage and a strong colored door. Pink!!!!
That would be the life!!