Marnie works with her mother in a New Hartford gift shop called Peddlers' Junction. It is a cute place chock-a-block full of arts and crafts, antiques and consigned artwork. Marnie is the young woman in black you saw flashing through the background as I took a photo of her store Friday afternoon. (It is the last photo yesterday.) Business was slow, so Marnie posed for several photographs. She even put on this hat, on sale in her store.
Do you come across people who are lively and attractive in real life, but you can't adequately capture with your camera lens? Meet Marnie. She is vivacious and full of life, but only this one photo came close to showing her charm.
new hartford looks charming and so does marnie.
She looks like she could be the New Hartford version of Carmen Miranda.
That hat reminds me of the extravagant models that women wear in the Ascot horse races.
This shot is very flattering of Marnie - I'm sure she loves it as I do!
What a gorgeous hat to go with that winning smile!
Great hat on a beautiful model. Looks like a fun place to shop.
A fantastic hat, a gorgeous smile and a terrific capture, Jack! I think you enjoyed your visit there!! Hope your weekend is going well! Enjoy!
I bet she is very good at what she does. Great photo, Jack.
I hope Lowell doesn't see this one. He likes... ah... hats. Right, hats! That's it.
That's quite the hat!
God bless you!
Lovely, reminds me of My Fair Lady.
She looks like a charmer - especially with that hat!
That is some hat. Great smile too.
If she twirled around in a circle fast enough I thing she might become airborne.
An amazing hat! If other merchandise is like that, it must have been fun browsing the store, esp with a friendly-sort of person like Marnie.
Lowell and Birdman crack me up with their comments.
Yup Birdman made me laugh also! I need this chapeau for the Melbourne Cup Jack! Marnie is gorgeous, lovely, natural portrait.
Yes, great model, and a hat for someone special.
Perhaps perfect for "Ascot" in England?
Wow! What a lovely face and a great hat!
I would love to have one like that!
Yes, I mean the face too;o)
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