Monday, May 31, 2021

Earthly spheres..

 

Fremantle is full of fascinating shops, apart from the many excellent bookshops and art galleries there is also the fantastic Chart and Map Shop (also books, globes and flags) now in its new home here on the High Street. All your Australia and world travel maps and information in one place.. which I feel is an opportune segue into June's theme for CDP'ers (City Daily Photo bloggers) which is 'when I can travel again'. Hope you had a wonderful weekend, it didn't rain but it poured here in Perth, was luvverly. Happy Monday, take care and stay safe..

Visit James to see more Weekend Street/Reflections from around the world..



18 comments:

  1. I usually have a couple of maps in my camera bag, because you never know when you might need one.

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  2. I'd be tempted to buy one of those globes and if not that I'm sure I'd buy a map. I do love maps!
    Thanks for the heads-up on the theme for June 1. I've been wondering what it was going to be. The last time I checked it still wasn't up on the City Daily site.

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  3. A place I know I would like to visit. I have a few maps that I hang on the wall.

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  4. Great location next to a coffee shop.

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  5. ...globes are a flash from the past!

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  6. There are a couple of shops here with that theme.

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  7. Dearest Grace,
    That looks like a rare store with still having the good old globes available!
    Hugs,
    Mariette

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  8. Maps have an interesting history behind them. But now we all use our G.P.S to get around. What is Hush coffee speciality like.
    Coffee is on and stay safe

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  9. I would love to browse through a chart and map store. They are always fascinating documents.

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  10. I love all the globes, Grace!

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  11. The Kimberly, oh, Grace, I need to play lotto to go back there. Haha. And beat Corinna, of course.
    I have a globe on my shelf :-)
    And gave my Niece a "Die Maus"-globe, she loved it. To travels!

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  12. What an interesting shop. I would love to browse there.

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  13. Fantastic shop. Need more of them.

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  14. I asked Santa for a globe and an atlas before I was five and the addiction has never been cured!

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  15. A lot of globes in that shop :)

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  16. In a small voice...
       The first one is a bit Jagged. (Like a Moiré pattern)
       Maybe, Because the lines line up regularly...
       We photographers are always frustrated by this annoyance.

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