These dinky little numbers were a gift brought back by a friend from New York – they may have originated in Kansas of course …
Enjoyed a pleasant public holiday at Southwold on the Suffolk coast today – nice lunch at The Crown followed by a bracing walk in the sunshine along the clifftop. This beautifully finished car was parked on Gun Hill and I decided to give it a custom photograph to acknowledge the quality custom work lavished on it by the owner, who unfortunately wasn’t around to get more information from. The car is really a bright turquoise blue as you can see on my Flickr site.
Th return of the Golden Girls first seen here on February 22nd turned into a vintage, glass negative, style.
The biggest espresso maker is huge – about 12″ tall.
This finely turned out gentleman, passing time with an old friend in the park, watching the world go by as he enjoys the autumn of his life is a cliché that I find myself fantasising about now and then. A bit worrying really as I’ve got another 25 years or so before I get there and not at all what thinking about the future is meant to be about, or is it?