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Wednesday, March 26, 2014

Comfort through a straw..!


I don't know about you but following a nerve wracking experience the first thing I think about is a coffee.. even if, like after a dentist visit it means drinking said coffee through a straw :) hmm! wonder if that means I'm addicted? It could be worse right! Sitting in Myers tearoom looking down onto Padbury Walk and through the stained glass window to Forrest Place and the old General Post Office building. It's not a trendy cafe but sometimes it can be wonderfully reassuring sitting somewhere old school, albeit a touch outdated! Happy Wednesday, hope it's a good one, take care and stay safe...

35 comments:

  1. This is a fine photo of a stunning window. But it is only Tuesday on this side of the world while I enjoy a fine cup of coffee. Roasted the beans myself.

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  2. Personally can't stand coffee. But now a nice cuppa hot tea and a nice view--that would be splendid!

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  3. What a terrific capture, Grace!! I love your composition and that window is stunning indeed!! What a view to enjoy over coffee or tea for that matter!! Hope your week is going well!!

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  4. I drink the old style cheap coffee, just a morning drink for me. You could be doing a lot worse though!

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  5. What a stunning picture, Grace, very well composed!

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  6. Love the view! Heal quickly, Grace!

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  7. A great view for a coffee with a straw :)

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  8. Oh come on, you've got to love that view and that stained glass!

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  9. I love that stained glass window, I'd find it very comforting to sit there for a while although my thoughts turn to wine instead of coffee. I've never tried drinking wine through a straw. That does sound a bit unpleasant.

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  10. I love that stained glass window - it seems like a lifetime since I was in Myers - thanks Grace! xx

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  11. Love a good cup of coffee...It's even better with a friend...Pretty window.

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  12. Sure is a beautiful view. Enjoy your coffee!

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  13. Old school - out dated, c'est moi!


    ALOHA from Honolulu
    ComfortSpiral

    =^..^= <3

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  14. In Perth, this beautiful place counts as old school and outdated? Well, give me more. It looks great to me.

    Sorry about the dentist visit. It is a necessary evil.

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  15. So the coffee is a religious experience for you?

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  16. Can't do without without your coffee! Not sure if it would taste as good through a straw. Hope the tooth settles down soon. My mate Robert (Bob) Juniper designed the window.

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  17. I like the window. Perhaps having coffee in such a place is like being in your house clothes, comfortable.

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  18. hee hee...
    «Louis» can relate to having a coffee addiction! Being a coffee roaster, it seems to go with the job... Five strong cups today...

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  19. Hello, PerthDailyPhoto.

    Good feeling works.
    Thank you for your support all the time.

    Greeting
    From Japan, ruma ❃

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  20. Haven´t even noticed that beautiful window, Grace!
    Thought Meyer´s is a tad over my budget and didn´t go in there... aw, well, next time!

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  21. Gosh that is one enormous atrium Grace. I'm with you. A cup of coffee always goes down well when I am in a tough spot. Did you hear that Melbourne has been voted as having the best coffee in the world by Bookings.com users? The sample may have been a bit skewed but we will take the cudos anyway. Cheers J.

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  22. Change coffee for tea for me, and I'mm totally agree with you! :o)
    Oh, I love this perspective ! even if it does not look "old school" style to my eyes.

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  23. This image makes me think of an old Wurlitzer jukebox. Dating myself again.

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  24. Bom dia,
    Excelente visão para obter uma foto como esta, cores e nitidez perfeitas.
    Abraço.
    ag

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  25. Lovely window, I had never noticed it from Forrest Place.

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  26. A lovely angle, and there is somdthing comforting about old school places when you are feeling fragile!

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  27. Poor Gracie, (you know how I feel about dentists) thinking of you. xxx

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  28. Worth it just for the view - wonderful window.

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  29. Just recently I had to stop drinking coffee... not that I was a big coffee drinker..as a matter of fact, I thought of myself as a non coffee drinker until a few years ago when I found myself really liking latte's!!! Enjoy your coffee...however you get to drink it!!!

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  30. I think I could sit in that spot for a long time. I like everything about this photo Grace...

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  31. Lovely stained glass window…so is it old and in an old building? The ubiquitous kangaroo I imagine is as much a mainstay of art as the use of Palm trees in California. But at a distance it's lovely.

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