Monday, 20 February 2012

Whimsical Windows, Delirious Doors 12


Taken in the town of Taihape (pron. tiehappy), New Zealand. The town is famous for gumboots (Wellington boots).

9 comments:

toby said...

Wow, good thing you translated that, or I would have been completely clueless :)
That said, this is a great window! How friendly and welcoming! I would have a hard time not walking in there.
Thanks so much for coming back to play in WWDD!

LindyLouMac in Italy said...

Calling by as another participant in WWDD, love the shop window.

Ralph said...

This window is whimsical indeed! So soft in its ruby and pink hue, I feel compelled to step inside and buy something! Nice and a fun style - a good looking retailer!

Linnea said...

That's an interesting name for a quilting store! Nice displays...

Lesley said...

I understood the gumboots, but would have been lost trying to pronounce the name of the town. That is a great name for the shop. I also rather like the new patterns on wellies that are much more fun than that boring green.

Tina´s PicStory said...

beautiful and colored :)

Willow said...

I didn't understand the significance of gumboot either. The window display invites you to come in!

alex said...

Nice and a fun style - a good looking retailer!

alex said...

Nice and a fun style - a good looking retailer! http://www.muska-posla.com