cigar stand by danapommet ()
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Key West, Florida is famous for its cigar stores. This cigar stand was on the sidewalk, on Key Wests most famous street, Duval Street. Key West is built on a coral archipelago, as are most of the habitable Florida Keys. Zoom to check out all the different sizes and shapes.
Thanks for stopping by, taking a look and for all your previous favs and comments. They are very much appreciated.
Image Comments (36)
clbsmiley () 9:51PM | Sun, 12 February 2012
Good one Dana! I bought Bill one when I went to New Orleans.
mickeyrony () 9:54PM | Sun, 12 February 2012
It always makes me think of the 40 cigars my friend. The time of Al Capone and Ness Elioth good but probably much more expensive than in his time there lol .... Well done again ((5 + +)) Cela me fait toujours penser aux années 40 les cigares mon ami . Le temps de Al Capone et de Elioth Ness mais bon surement beaucoup plus chère que dans ses temps là lol....Bravo encore ((5++))
stukes () 9:57PM | Sun, 12 February 2012
Great shot but a tease. My cigar shop burned down 4 months ago.
sharky_ () 10:06PM | Sun, 12 February 2012
I tried it when I was young....it almost killed me, lol. That's a whole lot of cigars and I bet some of those are expensive. Aloha
Faemike55 () 10:14PM | Sun, 12 February 2012
Very cool capture Dana the look very nice and I bet they are smooooooooooth
Jay-el-Jay () 10:14PM | Sun, 12 February 2012
I am not fond of cigars myself,but they do make a good display and a fine subject matter for your photograph.
jocko500 () 10:15PM | Sun, 12 February 2012
you got all the brands here and i bet the owner rolls his own too. I saw that in mexico cool shot
blinkings () 11:58PM | Sun, 12 February 2012
Very interesting mate. I tried them when I was young but luckily they did nothing for me. Not awful, but did nothing!
mgtcs () 12:17AM | Mon, 13 February 2012
WOW...Marvelous shot Dana, precious capture, superb colors!
rainbows () 3:34AM | Mon, 13 February 2012
Very interesting, dear Dana. A fine display and capture. Hugs for all day. Di. xx
dakotabluemoon () 6:55AM | Mon, 13 February 2012
That's alot of cigars for sure very cool capture hon.
Sea_Dog () 9:28AM | Mon, 13 February 2012
Cool shot! I'm not a cigar fan but the selection is amazing. Well done, Dana.
Meisiekind () 11:10AM | Mon, 13 February 2012
I bet this is heaven for a lot of Mafia bosses! LOL... Great image Dana!
kbrog () 12:42PM | Mon, 13 February 2012
I like a good cigar once in a while. :) Excellent capture! :)
junge1 () 2:54PM | Mon, 13 February 2012
Wow, great capture Dana. I have never seen anything like this. And I don't see any Cubans lol!
goodoleboy () 6:47PM | Mon, 13 February 2012
What this country needs is a good five cent cigar. Smuggled from Cuba. Terrifc composition of the stogies, Dana, but the Toro brand looks like .50-caliber cannon ammunition, and the others like road flares or sticks of dynamite.