Wednesday, February 25, 2009

The Barbershop



Looking out from the inside of the barbershop to a quaint little town of antique stores, book store, an art gallery of Long Island artists a deli and a luncheonette where a blues band plays every Friday night.

6 comments:

Adrian LaRoque said...

This one is also nice; I like the silhouette of the interior of the shop.

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Vivian said...

Thank you!

Ahh, yes, sepia tone is good!

Snapper said...

Thanks for stopping by GDP. I still have my box of 45s from "the day" including a picture jacket copy of The Beatles' Rain w/ I'm Down on the flip side. Don't know what the little plastic thing that goes in the middle is called...

Dave said...

Nice capture Vivian....your on a roll with the Barber theme. Reminds me from when I was young and visited the small town Barber.

Adrian LaRoque said...

I btw, you asked about that photo of Marblehead. The original image look mostly like that, just a regular color image. The one that you like was worked to the tones of shepia. It gives it a mood 1920's. Thank you for being so kind on all your comments.