thursday in the hood

 

  
Saturday of President's Birthday Weekend
these gentlemen were outside
drumming up business

26 comments:

  1. Such a nice post, it is really interesting, want to admire your work, Thanks.

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  2. An interesting shot.... The faces ....wow.

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  3. Very nice; enjoyed seeing these uniformed Yankees!!

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  4. Not too sure about your new handbag/purse collection!

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  5. Yes, it is an interesting picture. Makes me wonder what the other two members of the cast did. Did they have an instrument or were they just approaching passersby?

    wv= elifing, which is when your entire world revolves around the internet. I've been elifing for several years now.

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  6. God bless them. Bet they aren't out there today!!

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  7. I did it.. I bit the bullet and bought it among a few others things.. paid extra delivery TOMORROW!

    wv honse... when you come up here in July I will let you play with it honse.

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  8. Interesting shots Daryl. I like your new banner btw. :)

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  9. very cool, I agree, they have very expressive faces

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  10. They look great! You captured their expressions quite nicely.

    I must confess, reluctantly, to a little secret, though. Being from NY, and living so close to NYC, I have not visited/seen many historical sites that I think I should have. Phew! There, I said it.

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  11. I hope people took notice and visited the Historical Society. I loved all the history in NY!

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  12. Maybe they were just making sure no johnny rebs got into the museum!

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  13. Ba-dump-bump - you'll be there all week right?

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  14. What a fun sight to run into. Perfect photo opp! As always, you made the best of your opportunities.

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  15. Great shots! Definitely strumming up something!

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  16. Creative marketing. Glad it wasn't during one of your many snowstorms.

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  17. Wow! I'll bet that was pretty cool. I've always wanted to see an true reenactment, but had enough fighting in my family while growing up to last a lifetime.

    ;-)

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