This shop in Samos-Vathy,as you can see,sold a little of everything.
It attracted me to it because the tourists reflection in the mirror appears to be the face of the man on the telephone and of course the old worldliness of the shop itself. I can never resist going in and spending my husbands money for him;).
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tyro (13579) 2012-10-23 8:03
Oh, dear, wives and their husbands' money - an old tale that one. And what, pray, did you buy this day with that poor man's hard earned cash? Some attractive keepsake that will grace the bottom of a drawer until time runs out? Or something really useful? Hee, hee.
But I can understand the attraction of this old style shop which, as you say, probably sells just about anything from a pin to an elephant. There's lots and lots to see in this interesting photograph too, from the stance of the tourist, the old fashioned appearance of the shopkeepers and the shop itself and, of course, the window display and all the little glazed cupboards full of trinkets.
I rather like this picture and feel that it has been well taken too. Your exposure is spot-on (in difficult lighting conditions) and the details are excellent throughout.
I do hope you did spend some of that man's money if only to support the Greek economy so that we can all enjoy holidays in the Greek islands for years to come!