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hehehe loved your words and this shop window with all reflections inside there are fantastic!Very well done!I also loved the "red" costume, it's modern!Have a nice weekend there,hugsLéia
Those boys seem to be headless for the holidays!
My dad would have loved that red sport coat and the plaid vest. In fact, one Christmas he wore something very much like this only I think the jacket was plaid and the vest was red.
Ah, they are perfectly dressed for holiday, but getting run down would definitely put an end to the fun!! Nothing fun about being headless ;). Terrific capture for the day, Jack! Hope you have a wonderful weekend!Sylvia
Disturbing indeed ! Being so carefully dressed up, just to be overshadowed by those horrible cars... :DThanks for sharing this lovely shot.
This post is great fun, Jack...I love your humorous comments to go along with the photo! These are spiffy-looking fellows, indeed - a reminder that the holiday season is are on its way...:)
Beautiful reflections! Well seen and done!Greetings - Karl
I can hear ZZ Tops 'Sharp Dressed Man' in my head now.
At least cars colors match with the suits! :))
I'll take the one on the left...
Well-dressed for the holidays and each man gets a car with his attire. Nicely captured!
I'd say that you have your own old "geezers" up there who don't know how to drive! ;-)Hope you had a good turkey day, too!
Obviously a very ritzy establishment! One rarely sees Suits like these at the Salvation Army resale shop!
Shouln'd people drive more carefuly:)Terrific post Jack!I love the red jacket,by the way.
Someone obviously said "Off with their heads!" Good fun picture.
A car for every suit! Great shot! :)
Always a safe road ahead for you. Please have a good weekend as well.daily athens
Waouh, la veste rouge. Superbe.
Festive and preppy!
Nice reflection. I know I would be not be caught with or without a head in that red jacket.
I laughed myself silly when I read your perfect title, then saw the photo. What a wonderful shot!
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