It gets dark early these days. The interior of Yetter’s caught my eye after we parked and headed down Grant Ave to Sedgwick Street.
Steve and I were on our way to Panza Gallery for an art opening reception last Saturday night. Do you remember Millvale Days when I didn’t bring my camera and had to shoot with my phone? Well, we headed for the art opening and all I had was my phone to capture this scene at night.
Yetter’s is known for their homemade candies which you can mail order online although I must confess I have never eaten a chocolate covered potato chip. Just an old fashioned place with fresh candies and ice cream and delicious milkshakes.
I use to love and spin on stools like that.
This shop has been there for years and is one of my husband’s favorites.
What a cool picture. I miss the days when you could climb on the stools and sip a soda.
Definitely old world. 😉
That’s not so much a photograph, Ruth, as it is a memory. WIth that lighting, it’s as if you pulled it from the recesses of our minds.
What a lovely comment and thought to receive as I am up and unable to fall back to sleep. Thanks John.
Ruth E Hendricks
Mmm, I love after-hours shots, and behind-the-scenes images. I have had a chocolate-covered potato chip; I thought it was just okay. If I’m going to do crunchy-salty-sweet, I much prefer a chocolate covered pretzel. Yum.