Friday, May 26, 2006


This is Sharon's entire shopping district: from left to right, the laundromate, "Clothes and Collectibles," NewMil Bank, Trotta's grocery store, the Pharmacy, Rick's Wines, Shear Illusion, and the Country Corner restuarant. We have a few other businesses in town: a couple of realtors, another restaurant, an art gallery, a few lawyers and a whole lot of doctors, because the one big employer (that we're so lucky to have in this rural area for so many reasons) is Sharon Hospital. If you click on the picture to see the larger version you'll probably notice that my skills at taking a panoramic picture by stitching several together aren't great - you can see the seams!


Blogger chris.h. said...

Jenny you did pretty well there.Only you can see them coz you know where they are!! Im going to try one soon.

9:23 AM  
Blogger luggi said...

Well done, really!

12:57 PM  
Blogger Charles said...

Hello from Brussels ...
Bisous doux


4:34 PM  
Blogger Blandine said...

Yeah, it's a great idea to show a us a panorama of a part of your town. We feel 'inside'! Thanks!

2:45 AM  
Blogger Sam said...

That is so cool!! Great shot(s)!
It is nice to have some sort of commerces in town. In my mother's little town, and up north in my grandparent's town, everything has closed :-(

7:53 AM  

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