Thursday, March 6, 2008

Celebration V - Market Street Cafe







1) Market Street Cafe entrance on Market St, Celebration, Florida.
2) Market Street Cafe, outside dining on Front St.
3) Relaxing outside the cafe. I always run into beautiful women in this town!
4) Celebration houses.

12 comments:

Lynette said...

Those reflected palms are really neat.

edwin s said...

Celebration houses. Yeah, I'd be celebrating if I owned a house that grand :)

Fénix - Bostonscapes said...

Lots of chunky folks in Celebration, eh? ;)

Sailor Girl said...

Kissimmee and Celebration looks like really awsome places to live in! How lucky you are. What fascinates me most about the houses is that you have a lane between them and the streets. In Portugal, many house doors open directly to the street!!!...

Neva said...

Wow...these ARE cool.....I do remember Celebration....I'm still bummed about Barney's! Love the dog!

quintarantino said...

This is an amazing piece of art. The whole blog.
Neva told me about this and it's really a great blog.
May I link you?

George Townboy said...

Lynette: Thank you, it took awhile to get the ripples to stop, lol.

Edwin: Me too!

Fénix: I could start handing out "Say No To HFCS" tracts, with my url printed on the back, lol.

Sailor Girl: This is definitely an interesting and ever changing area. I am lucky. Thanks.

Neva: Thought you'd like them. I think the old Barney's location had been through a couple of transitions before Starbucks moved in.

Quintarantino: Thank you so much for the compliment! I'll link you in return ... thanks.

Joy said...

More cool photos! Are you putting together a comic book?

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Jim said...

I agree with Lynette, the reflection looks great in the last one.

Daniel J Santos said...

One fantastic photo work, well done.

My friend Quintarantino told me about this place, excellent blog.

George Townboy said...

Joy: Thank you! No comic book, just a new hobby - photoblogging!

Jim: Thanks, I appreciate you stopping by.

Daniel: Welcome, and thank you for the compliment!



Thank you all for your kind comments!

Small City Scenes said...

I love the reflections. MB