Sunday, January 23, 2011

Shadow Shot Sunday

Can't remember the last time I saw one of these things.
This classic coke machine is in the Pink Cadillac
Diner (which is absolutely chock-a-block with

cool stuff like this). It's out on the Lee (of course) 
Highway, in beautiful Natural Bridge, Virginia.
[See more Shadow Shots here.]

11 comments:

  1. And not that I drink the stuff, I'm positive it DOES taste better in bottles. A lovely slug of nostalgia, Alexa.

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  2. that is so neat - and only ten cents?! i don't think i've ever paid less than a quarter, and that was over a decade ago.

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  3. That is some great vintage items in this photo you shared.

    SHELL SHADOW

    http://hootin--anni.blogspot.com/2011/01/shadowy-existence-amongst-dust.html


    Hope your weekend has been treating you well.

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  4. wonderful shadows...love the old time feel, not just the coke machine, but even the lighting...well done.

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  5. wow! this is so cool. I agree, the light you've captured does add to the old time feel.
    Hope you are staying warm this weekend Alexa.
    : )

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  6. It DOES taste better in bottles and I can hear that bottle descending.

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  7. Love the old machines. They are classic!
    Great shot!

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  8. As a French add says :
    "Coca-cola, le goût de l'Amérique!!"
    So typically American from here and a great shot !!

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  9. Superbe mon amie. I love Coke machines of all types, expecially these. And those shadows......very very nice!
    Thank you again for all your wonderful comments on my blog. I look forward to your take on my photos so very much. We are kindred spirits n'est-ce pas?? :)
    Bises,
    V

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  10. IF SHADOWS COULD TALK

    If shadows could talk,
    Just what would they say?
    If you listen close,
    You’ll hear them, you may.
    Shadows do chatter
    And gossip and talk
    In the store windows,
    Along the sidewalk,
    Over the mountains,
    On prairie and plain,
    Begging for sunshine
    And not days of rain;
    Emboldened by light,
    The stark shadows say:
    “We’re out for a lark,
    Please join us at play!”


    © 2011 by Magical Mystical Teacher

    Shadow Sweeper

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  11. Thanks, everyone—hope you know how much I appreciate ALL your comments!

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