Donnerstag, 19. April 2012

souvenir, souvenir





the world´s most little hand organ

paris

mehr souvenirs gibt´s heute bei 

danke für´s vorbeischauen thanks for stopping by

♥  Tina  ♥ 



Kommentare:

  1. Your photography is wonderful!
    I love the last picture in this post. It looks as if it was taken 100 years ago. . . except for the cars :)

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  2. Och wie schön, schade, dass ich ihn jetzt nicht hören kann, den kleinen Leierkasten (Ich mag die sehr!)

    Hab einen schönen Tag!

    Katja

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  3. Hallo Tina,

    bist du im Urlaub?

    LG Mathilda ♥

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  4. I love the macro shots of the music box with the tiny metal posts sticking up. These are great things in a row!

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  5. Yes, really delicious compositions, charming colors.
    Thanks for telling me about the comments. I've noticed that have declined in number, I will investigate to find the cause.

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  6. I still see them on markets or beggars playing at the stations. That one is really very small.

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  7. Hi Tina,

    Wow! That is a hand organ? I have never seen one before - very interesting.

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  8. Very neat organ pictures, Tina. I like to watch the street organ grinders. They used to have monkeys but most have dogs now.

    The last one I saw was in Le Havre, Northern France. He had a dog also (I think).
    ..

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  9. Those pictures of the music box works are really great! I like the street vendor too!

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  10. Interesting sequence of shots. I like the monochrome detail a lot.

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  11. I remember hearing "Stille Nacht" from such a device. Nice shot!

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  12. I really like the black and white close-up - very nicely done.

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  13. Wonderful detail in the Macro Shots of the Music Box. The colored shot was very interesting and your bottom street scene is delightful.

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  14. Great post in B&W!
    Happy W-inB&W!

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  15. Love your blue rendition of this, and also the lovely photo of the man in the square with the hand organ. Great work

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  16. What a cute little musical hand organ.

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  17. love this series...what an interesting discovery!

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  18. fantastic

    love your "Worlds smallest hand organ" and the comparison to the large hand organ! and your post processing is fantastic as well!

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  19. Great photos. Macro shots are so amazing!
    Happy Sunday!

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  20. Gorgeous macros of that tiny hand organ. I like the street side organ almost as well.

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  21. Unusual subject and I LOVED seeing it!

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  22. I'd love to hear it! You had me stumped there for a minute! :) Thank you for sharing at Your Sunday Best this week. xoxo

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  23. Many lovely images here Tina. I especially like your blue treatment of the first one. Thank you for sharing with PAF!

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  24. Great pictures! I like the one of Paris the most :)

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  25. Love the different processing styles you used. Nice!

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  26. Love hearing those little hand organs. Your photos are lovely. Thanks for sharing. Visiting from PAF. Karen

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  27. An organ grinder! I didn't know that there were any left. All he needs is a monkey instead of the cat and dog...

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♥lichen dank für eure lieben kommentare! ich freu´ mich ganz arg über jeden einzelnen!
thanx sooo much for all your lovely comments! i really appreciate every single word :)

♥ tina ♥