Wordless Wednesday: Gettysburg Windows Get link Facebook Twitter Pinterest Email Other Apps By SandyCarlson - April 21, 2009 Wordless Wednesday Wordless Wednesdy Get link Facebook Twitter Pinterest Email Other Apps Comments Unknown8:38 PMit's very artistic to take shots of those items through a window.ReplyDeleteRepliesReplyPaul8:58 PMgreat shots of that period clothing! cant imagine being in the summer time with those hot hot wool clothing that they wore back then!great pics Sandy!ReplyDeleteRepliesReplyDora9:39 PMThe items in the last pic look interesting. ;)ReplyDeleteRepliesReplyUnknown10:09 PMI agree with Paul. Thanks for sharing the photos :)Happy WW!ReplyDeleteRepliesReplyThis Is My Blog - fishing guy11:00 PMSandy: That is a classic look at a great town.ReplyDeleteRepliesReplyIndrani11:10 PMI liked the third shot!ReplyDeleteRepliesReplyCarver11:28 PMI love the way you shot through the windows to show us the displays. Very well done.ReplyDeleteRepliesReplyMariposa11:31 PMLove the dress! I have always a things for this theme...ReplyDeleteRepliesReplyEbb Tide11:37 PMYour photos are always artistic, creative and interesting like you.ReplyDeleteRepliesReplyLori12:07 AMI love the dresses from back in the day. How fun:) Happy WW.ReplyDeleteRepliesReplyRajesh12:45 AMNice shots. I liked the last 2 most.ReplyDeleteRepliesReplyPERBS12:59 AMMy favorites are the cabinet in the 2nd one . . . and the drums. . . so sad and worn makes me wonder what they have been through.ReplyDeleteRepliesReplyPietro Brosio1:23 AMBeautiful shop windows, Sandy. There must be a large choice of items there.ReplyDeleteRepliesReplycatsynth2:05 AMThose windows do say a bit about the times.ReplyDeleteRepliesReplyThe Right Blue2:08 AMWas that a so-called 'cigar store Indian' in that third shot? Haven't seen one of those in years. These shop windows are like museum displays.ReplyDeleteRepliesReplyNapaboaniya.Elaine Ling2:12 AMThose Victorian dresses are lovely.A pity they're not worn anymore.Nice shots of all the displays :)ReplyDeleteRepliesReplyBarb5:11 AMI love the first shot! I have often wished I lived in a time of that style of clothing, a time when hats were worn. But then I realize I'd have no washer and drier, or central Heat and Air! Yikes.PS> Note the WiFi sign under the Indian! :-DReplyDeleteRepliesReplyUnknown5:41 AMIsn't Gettysburg a great place? I like that whole general area and especially the antique shops. You've got great shots. I wouldn't want to have to wear all of that garb -- especially when needing a break to the ladies' room.ReplyDeleteRepliesReplySusan at Stony River5:49 AMLOVE these; Harpers Ferry WV and Frederick MD are faves of mine too, for historical-style shopping. If I ever win a lottery, I'll be there... LOLReplyDeleteRepliesReplyNessa6:27 AMI like that camp desk.ReplyDeleteRepliesReplyLisa at Greenbow7:20 AMWhen I was a little girl I would often daydream of living during this era. This was before I went to school or knew anything about this era. I would see myself in one of these long dresses and I would erase that scene from my mind because I always wanted one of those buckskin suites that I saw on tv with the fringe. I would still like one of those suites. ha... Where would I wear it?? tee hee... You brought up a long lost memory with these pictures. BTW Happy Earth Day.ReplyDeleteRepliesReplyDrillerAA7:43 AMGreat collection of photos. This is one place that I would love to visit.Thanks for sharing it. Happy WW.ReplyDeleteRepliesReplyJeeves8:39 AMNice pics:DReplyDeleteRepliesReplyPappy9:03 AMOriginals are the best aren't they? No canned photos from Google images. Hope you have a great second half of the week. PappyReplyDeleteRepliesReplyJulia Phillips Smith9:22 AMMy heart stopped and then restarted. I LOVE Victorian dresses. Thanks so much for posting these!ReplyDeleteRepliesReplyLin Floyd9:36 AMa fun look back in history through costumesReplyDeleteRepliesReplyanthonynorth9:43 AMWhat marvellous shops - and great photos.ReplyDeleteRepliesReplyGeraldine 10:10 AMI loved the first one the most! Great dresses,lovingly made by hand. Thanks for sharing.ReplyDeleteRepliesReplyAnonymous10:48 AMperiod clothing always sweeps me right in!ReplyDeleteRepliesReplylareine10:52 AMnow, i'll just have to see mr. abe lincoln to complete the series!... love those sweeping skirts... but i know, no matter how hard i wish for it, it won't come back in fashion :)...ReplyDeleteRepliesReplyDeborah Godin11:12 AMGreat shots of those displays from another era!ReplyDeleteRepliesReplyAscender Rises Above12:50 PMsuch tiny little waists... can you imagine!ReplyDeleteRepliesReplyjams o donnell1:08 PMWOw what wonderful window displays. I love them!ReplyDeleteRepliesReplyTarolino4:41 PMWhat amazing shop windows. One would think of having been transported right back in time to a bygone era. Great shots of these quaint little shop windows.ReplyDeleteRepliesReplyTorAa4:52 PMFrom the periode in history when people did know how to dress.fabulous ww entryReplyDeleteRepliesReplyAlvis5:05 PMThese are lovely pictures. They really take the viewer back in time. I like the reflection in the bottom picture. :)ReplyDeleteRepliesReplyMojo10:08 PMWi-Fi and Wooden Indians.Only in America.Great stuff Sandy!ReplyDeleteRepliesReplySusie of Arabia9:14 PMLove this post, Sandy!ReplyDeleteRepliesReplyDigital Flower Pictures6:16 AMI can almost hear the drums rolling across the battlefield.ReplyDeleteRepliesReplySue10:39 AMLove these pics! Especially of the clothing :)ReplyDeleteRepliesReplysoulbrush2:23 PMlove that first one.ReplyDeleteRepliesReplyNaomi3:51 PMI enjoyed looking at your photos Sandy. I love old-world craft and antique shops like this! Reminded me of a mini series I saw on tv a long time ago here called North and South.ReplyDeleteRepliesReplyAdd commentLoad more... Post a Comment Thanks for being here.