Vinyl Fever is another local business that has closed due to the economy. They were a great music store and I really miss them. Click on the picture to enlarge it and see all the reflections in their windows and my car. To see more reflections from around the world, go visit James at Weekend Reflections
This is like a picture gallery of reflections! Great capture!
I really miss music stores
that place was huge!
so much fun to browse
now it's all downloads, just not the same to me
Nice reflections, especially of the cars. Too bad the place went out of business. I suppose there isn't a very large market for records and tapes.
I miss the local record store... But it was closed about eight years ago...
Thanks for the weekend reflection!
I agree, lots of reflections in one photo. It is sad that record stores are becoming a thing of the past. I used to love thumbing through LPs.
Wow! there are a lot of reflections! Cool shot!
Oh NO! I did not know they had closed. We always paid a visit and stocked up whenever we were in Tallahassee. This is so sad, it was a great store. We had a good friend who worked there for years, he and his wife recently opened their own coffee shop in T. Kathy
FAbulous reflections, I also love the angle in this picture!
Sadly they make beautiful reflections instead of music. Nicely done, Lois.
This is so sad. So many businesses close in France too! I like reflections and I find your car very clean!!!
I agree with Gemma this is like a picture gallery of reflections! Marvelous capture! Sad to know the store has closed! That's happening to so many these days! Hope you have a great weekend, Lois!
So sad that it is closed. A sign of the times I guess ... a lot of great reflections though!
Sad! What a great store this must have been...
The angle you shot from is pretty cool because it seems to stretch out the store. I also like the way the window frames seperate the reflections. I just noticed that there is a reflection on the car too. :) I should read before I look.
I can't think of more than a couple of music stores open now in town. There were dozens...
It is sad. People will always be more likely to buy from the places that have the best prices, though, like Amazon.
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