May 6, 2014

from where i stand {crushing on antique keys}.

 // shoes: natasha boots in sand from sole society. // 

from where i stand at the old lucketts store in lucketts, virginia. 

i stood here for a while crushing on these keys. i must come back and take some home with me. i think they'll make for a great wall deco.


 ++ thanks to those who have sent in your photos for this series. i had so much fun featuring them on the blog. there were "from where i stand" posts from all over the world, from australia to the beautiful golden state of california, usa. i would love to feature more from other cities and places and will keep the project open throughout the year. i can't wait to look back on it in december and see the range of different thoughts, perspectives and locations this series has brought together. hope you'll play along! see below on how you can submit a photo!  


*** see other from where i stand posts
*** click here to see how you can submit a photo as well! 
this series is inspired by the instagram hashtag #fromwhereistand 

31 comments

  1. I've been itching to make a key necklace, and this drawer is just too awesome for words....

    PS Love the boots:D

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    1. oh a key necklace sounds nice!

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  2. What a cool project! And I love these old keys as well…great photo!

    ~Alexis Grace of North On Harper

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  3. I too love antique keys. Last year, I stayed in a hotel in a cave and the key to our room was enormous! It was a magical feeling to turn the lock and open the room for the 1st time!

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    1. oh that must've felt magical!

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  4. Love this picture! There is something very appealing of the adventures that can be unlocked with antique keys :) Great series! looking forward to see more.

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  5. i love the keys too! and i love your boots too :)

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    1. thanks so much! it's nice to see you back in the blogging world!

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  6. I love old keys too! They're everywhere in all the Brooklyn flea markets, I love it! They would totally make for a great wall deco!

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    1. ohh i would snatch them up if i could! :)

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  7. This one is a really cool one c: What
    drawer full of keys! Xx

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  8. Ah this is such a neat photo and I too love seeing everyone's unique perspective, I hope to there are many more :)

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  9. So lovely...I love antique keys, I wish they still made keys like that for everything. So pretty, though maybe not as nice to carry as the smaller ones we have today. But, I like seeing them hanging up or in pretty boxes with ribbons attached. So lovely xx

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    1. i wish too but yes i do agree about their size and weight! :) but keys back then were so much more interesting!

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  10. Oh antique keys certainly have a charm about them

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  11. PS: Just wanted to say I really enjoyed this series. And it has been an honour to participate from the other side of the world!

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    1. oh it was so good to have you! thanks for participating!

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    1. thank you misaki! would be so funny if you put on shoes and sent in a picture! :D

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  13. Great pic! I am a sucker for antiques!

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  14. Jane, this is an awesome series. It really showcases so many great bloggers and where they're from. I love antique keys. They always remind of Alice In Wonderland. HaHaHa
    http://www.averysweetblog.com/

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  15. I love those antique keys. And what fabulous shoes!

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