Archive for the ‘antique store’ Tag

Virginia City General Store   4 comments

Grocery shopping, 150 years ago. I can only imagine what wonderful sounds that old cash register made when used (see last pic).

General store interior

wall of tinned goods

Old cash register

Canon EOS 5D Mark II, EF16-35mm lens, edited with Nik Color Efex

Posted September 23, 2017 by Lutz Braum in Architecture, US

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Tractor for Sale   2 comments

You never know what the Clinton Antique Center has to offer. Today, it has 2 vintage farm tractors for sale. Here’s one of them:

Vintage tractor


Canon 7D, EFS 10-22mm
ISO 100
1/60 sec
Nik Efex Pro HDR


Posted April 20, 2014 by Lutz Braum in Things

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Antique Finds   1 comment

Here are just a few of the great finds at the Clinton Antique Center in Clinton, CT:

Canon 7D, 100mm macro lens
Google Maps Location

Posted July 28, 2013 by Lutz Braum in Things

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Best Antique Store in my World   4 comments

I’ve seen my share of antique stores in the US and Europe, and the Clinton Antique Center is at the top of MY list. Every time I walk in I lose myself for hours. The selection is excellent and changes quite frequently, so there are always new discoveries.

Cash Register

Click on any of these to see them in slide show view:

Canon 7D, 10-22mm lens
Edited with HDR Efex Pro

78 E. Main Street, Clinton, CT 06413
Google maps location

Posted July 27, 2013 by Lutz Braum in US

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Antique Toys (and celebrating a milestone)   4 comments

Today my blog crossed the threshold of 10,000 all-time views. Thanks to everyone for your comments, visits, and encouragement over the last 2 years!

Now on with the regular post: A visit to the local antique store is always a source for great macro photography, even when I just have my iphone with me. Here’s what I found when strolled through there last week:

Toy Train

Cast Iron Police Car

Penny Bank

Mother Goose

All Shots taken with iPhone Hipstamatic

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