My World Tuesday: Woodbury Shopfronts Get link Facebook Twitter Pinterest Email Other Apps By SandyCarlson - February 09, 2009 These are two shopfront windows in Woodbury, Connecticut, where there is always an ample supply of antiques.My World Tuesday My World Tuesday Get link Facebook Twitter Pinterest Email Other Apps Comments Jo's-D-Eyes3:17 PMHi Sandy, Shall we go together for a shopping day or afternoon? I would like to go there too:)JoAnn's D Eyes/HOLLANDwww.joannwalraven.blogspot.comReplyDeleteRepliesReplyBarb4:02 PMI love photographing store windows! Hey, that might be my old sled in the middle there!ReplyDeleteRepliesReplyAnonymous4:16 PMI love browsing in antique shops. You find the most fascinating items. Then you want to take it home with you. BUT your husband says NO. :)ReplyDeleteRepliesReplyEG CameraGirl4:34 PMDon't you wonder where all those antiques come from? There does seem to be an endless supply. ;-)ReplyDeleteRepliesReplyantigoni4:43 PMGreat photos. Beautiful coats.ReplyDeleteRepliesReplyGuy D4:49 PMExcellent pics of the shopfronts, you gave me some great ideas.Have a great week!GuyRegina In PicturesReplyDeleteRepliesReplyimac5:09 PMInteresting post and shots, Sandy.ReplyDeleteRepliesReplyBarbara5:29 PMAn interesting selection in those shops.ReplyDeleteRepliesReplyUnknown5:46 PMI remember those sleds!You sure have taken me back more years than I care to think of.ReplyDeleteRepliesReplyJane Hards Photography5:52 PMSomething very British about this image. It's the vintage aspect. I keep hearing Agatha Christie in my head.ReplyDeleteRepliesReplyFlorida Water5:52 PMAntique or not, those sleds look like they are ready to fly!ReplyDeleteRepliesReplyJanie5:59 PMAntique shopping is always fun. I love the old sleds.ReplyDeleteRepliesReplyDiane Vogel Ferri6:01 PMLove that first photo - it's a work of art!ReplyDeleteRepliesReplyget zapped6:14 PMDelightful photos. It feels good to see something old. Thanks!ReplyDeleteRepliesReplyLoran6:48 PMOh, haha, when the first pic was loading, I thought, "She took a picture of her closet?" The windows are much more interesting I suspect.ReplyDeleteRepliesReplySylvia K6:51 PMLove antique shops and your photos are lovely! Thanks for sharing!ReplyDeleteRepliesReplyThis Is My Blog - fishing guy7:07 PMSandy: What a neat look into your world, I loved the old sleds. They were really fun to ride.ReplyDeleteRepliesReplySusie of Arabia7:23 PMI'm amazed that there is no glare or reflection from glass! I always love to take photos of shops as well - charming!ReplyDeleteRepliesReplyIndrani7:45 PMShops always are a good subject of photography, more when they sell antiques. Nice theme!ReplyDeleteRepliesReplyThe Good Life in Virginia8:46 PMi have always wanted to mount a sled to the kitchen ceiling and use the runners to hang pots and pans from...call me strange but thought it might be neat.interesting post.have a great week.erinReplyDeleteRepliesReplyAnonymous9:04 PMI like to browse antique shops. I don't have any antiques but I like looking at them. Sandy, I have had a terrible time trying to leave a comment on your blog lately. I don't know what I am or am not doing. Lisa at GreenbowReplyDeleteRepliesReplySusan at Stony River9:11 PMWonderful! We went antique shopping a few days ago and didn't buy a thing---just enjoyed the looking. I love it!ReplyDeleteRepliesReplyUnknown9:13 PMBoth shots are great but I love those sleds!ReplyDeleteRepliesReplyPaul9:34 PMI love all the aspects to these shots from subject to the use of lighting and i know how hard it was to take them based on the window glass and at the time of day. these shots are Great!ReplyDeleteRepliesReplyAnonymous9:35 PMI love the vintage clothing, and can't help wondering if Rosebud is hiding among the sleds.ReplyDeleteRepliesReplyLin Floyd10:14 PMhow fun, reminds me of my youth-the sleds...ReplyDeleteRepliesReplyHilary10:22 PMGreat lighting on these moody shots. I'd love to shop there.ReplyDeleteRepliesReplyAnonymous10:45 PMOne of those sleds could be my old sled "Betsy." I don't know what happened to it. The first photo reminds me of the old fur coat I bought used in the early 1970's.ReplyDeleteRepliesReplyCloudia11:37 PMRosebud!!!Love to stroll along with you, Sandy. Aloha-ReplyDeleteRepliesReplyalicesg11:40 PMVery interesting and unique. Something I wont see in the shops here.ReplyDeleteRepliesReplyeastcoastlife12:06 AMI like the beautiful coats but would not have a chance to wear them in my warm country. :(Happy Valentine's Day, in advance!I gave you a linky love.ReplyDeleteRepliesReplyGeorge12:12 AMI haven't seen sleds like that in a long time. It looks as if these are a couple of neat stores.ReplyDeleteRepliesReplyAnonymous12:13 AMWow, look at those coats. Gosh, I haven't even seen coats like that in an age.Great photos! Of course.ReplyDeleteRepliesReplyPietro Brosio12:14 AMInteresting! I'd like to take a stroll in that antiques shop.ReplyDeleteRepliesReplythyme2:12 AMI have never seen such old sleds! If it was here, they would be in a museum.Maybe the people here used them as firewood during the war? That is a sad thought. I am glad to have seen your photo.ReplyDeleteRepliesReplyLew2:17 AMAnd always a need for sleds! Great shots!ReplyDeleteRepliesReplyGrammy2:50 AMWonderful photos. I love antiques.ReplyDeleteRepliesReplyChat with Kathleen3:53 AMSandy, Those photos bring back many cherishedmemories especially the sleds. My brother and I each had one and we loved sledding back in the 50's.ReplyDeleteRepliesReplyUnknown4:44 AMI am always amazed by antiques stores. They have an old soul and thousand of memories that pop up in your mind just by looking at them!Great pictures!ReplyDeleteRepliesReplyDevika Jyothi5:24 AMAntique stores and libraries are places where I could spend a day with out the thought of food...The photos splendidly capture the spirit of antique stores, Sandywishes, devikaReplyDeleteRepliesReplyJack and Joann7:52 AMNothing like a good antique. I'm one but I don't know if I'm good and I know I'm not for sale. LOL!ReplyDeleteRepliesReplyabb9:24 AMWoodbury looks like a place I'd like to visit. What neat stores these must be!ReplyDeleteRepliesReplyAnonymous9:52 AMI love that first photo and I kind of like that black coat. We had sleds like that in the orphanage, along with a hill that we were able to sled down on. Great memories.ReplyDeleteRepliesReplyDeniseinVA10:46 AMLove these window shots, beautiful displays of lovely old things.ReplyDeleteRepliesReplyUnknown12:03 PMI just love Antique shops, great idea and piccies.ReplyDeleteRepliesReplyUnknown1:13 PMI'll take the scarf! Love the pics.ReplyDeleteRepliesReplyKathie Brown1:55 PMLovley photos. How surprising to find out that old wooden sleds are now antiques! I can't be that old! LOL!ReplyDeleteRepliesReplyDebbie3:04 PMThat place looks great! The kind of place you could loiter in for hours and hours.ReplyDeleteRepliesReplyAnonymous3:32 PMThose are wonderful shop fronts. I have a sled very similar to the middle one shown which I got for Christmas around 1965. It worked well for my daughter in the 1980s and 1990s when she was growing up too. Ah memories.ReplyDeleteRepliesReplyAnonymous3:39 PMI like to browse antique shops.Lovely photos.I can spend a lot of time there.Thanks for sharing.Wishing you wellReplyDeleteRepliesReplyAnonymous4:41 PMOh! I may not appreciate them antiques yet, but I'd enjoy the story behind...ReplyDeleteRepliesReplyAnonymous7:06 PMOhhh! I love antique browsing... not necessarily buying them though. But sometimes i do get carried away and find myself buying something that would not make that much of a dent on my pocket. Nice post.JennReplyDeleteRepliesReplyMojo10:40 PMNow Sandy, that's no way to talk about your neighbors! (heh heh heh)I kid. Nice pair.Of shots... jeez!ReplyDeleteRepliesReplyterri10:47 PMReal sleds! That brings back memories. I used to have one. I bet they don't even make them anymore. Too dangerous, I suppose.ReplyDeleteRepliesReplyUnknown12:16 AMthe second photo is my type of subject. and you did a good job for that shoot.ReplyDeleteRepliesReplycatsynth1:47 AMI like the first picture with the coats.It's interesting - the mid-century modern things that I'm into are also now considered vintage :)ReplyDeleteRepliesReplymarcia@joyismygoal9:45 AMI'll take the white coat and a sled to use once a year when we get snow-- I love to window shop but when it comes to antiques I want to touchReplyDeleteRepliesReplymaryt/theteach3:34 PMI've never been shopping there, Sandy. Woodbury Commons right? I love the two shots you took! :)ReplyDeleteRepliesReplyAnonymous7:56 AMSandy-love the old items. Most of things I treasure are from the old days.ReplyDeleteRepliesReplyAnonymous9:55 AMI think I used to own that sled!ReplyDeleteRepliesReplyPERBS5:08 PMWhat wonderful memories that brought back for me! I loved sledding on sleigh hill in my hometown in Idaho. The clothing reminds me of a shop we have in uptown vancouver -- it is called Diva and the models in the storefront always have soem old clothing on it. There are people that like those kinds of clothes and wear them regularly today! You got two neat photos filled with manymemories of others. . . ah! the good old days!ReplyDeleteRepliesReplystoryteller10:27 PMHow fun to see these fascinating window displays. Thanks for sharing ;--)Hugs and blessings,ReplyDeleteRepliesReplyAdd commentLoad more... Post a Comment Thanks for being here.