It's Snowing At Tiffany's, Audrey


I dedicate this post to my blogging buddy, Dale, who loved and admired Audrey Hepburn as much as I did. And not only for her talent as an actress, but also for her dedication and devotion to UNICEF.

To me, Audrey Hepburn was the quintessential definition of a true movie star. She had a special magnetism and presence on the silver screen, yet at the same time had a very approachable and down-to-earth quality.

She reminded me very much of a delicate fawn - soft, sweet and gentle, yet very powerful.

And her beauty went beyond the physical. Her beauty came from a light within.

She was what I called, an earth-angel.

Today, I would like to share a mini tribute to Audrey Hepburn, by posting images from Tiffany's windows. And sharing a few photographs from her movie classic, Breakfast at Tiffany's.




It just so happens that I live not too far from the Tiffany's in Philadelphia. And as you know from past posts, I have occasionally shared photographs of Tiffany's amazingly creative window displays.

So, early this week I took a walk by Tiffany's and snapped a few photos of their seasonal Christmas displays. 

And OH...MY...GOD...are they ever faaaaaaaaaabulous!

Here, take a look...

*I edited these photographs by bumping up the highlighted areas; created a frosty border; then added the snowfall. I wanted to create an almost storybook feel to them.



Seeing these windows made me feel all cozy and holidayish. I suddenly had the desire to jump inside the displays and roll around in the snow like a dog.

And since we haven't really gotten any snow yet this year, it made me smile to add the snowflakes.

Perhaps it's an omen of what's to come!

I leave you now with one last photograph of the ethereally beautiful...Audrey Hepburn.

P.S. Dale, I promise to snap you a photo of the Tiffany window that Audrey stood in front of in NYC, the next time I'm there. I'll be going in January, so stay tuned!


Have a beautiful weekend everyone!
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59 comments

  1. You know I'm not a movie person, so I've never seen her films, but she was certainly a beautiful and classy lady.

    I'm part of a Facebook group for my hometown and the thing that people post the most about are their memories of the downtown retailers Xmas windows. I also remember my parents taking us to see the magical, animated displays of stores like Halle's, Higbees, Polskys, and O'Neils. Sadly, all those stores are gone now. Good memories though!

    Enjoy the snow, you weirdo! XO

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  2. Lovely post, Ron! My dad was a huge fan of Audrey Hepburn's and I think he even wrote her a letter years ago--a got a response!

    "To me, Audrey Hepburn was the quintessential definition of a true movie star."



    Oh, how true! She really represents a bygone era.


    Love the Tiffany window photos! Let me know when you'll be in NYC. I'll be traveling early in the month, but maybe we can meet up!


    Take care, my huckleberry friend, and have a jewel of a weekend!

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  3. Audrey Hepburn was just beautiful and I absolutely LOVED her voice. Love the photos of Tiffany's window, Tiffanys in NYC is on my places to see list when we're there next year

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  4. Absolutely a beautiful woman, a class act.

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  5. Oh Ron, I loved this post because I too admired Audrey Hepburn. You described her perfectly! She was like a precious fawn and had a beauty that went beyond the physical. Ethereal. I've seen Breakfast at Tiffany's several times and every time I see it I can't imagine Marilyn Monroe playing that part because Audrey seemed so perfect!


    I loved your photos of Tiffany's windows. They do look storybook and charming.


    Lovely post. What a nice way to start my Friday. Have a wonderful weekend, Ron!x

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  6. I'm unbelievably honoured that you would dedicate this wonderful post to me Ron. Beautiful photos and I'm still looking forward to seeing you posing in your little black dress in Tiffany's window.

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  7. Hey there Bijoux!

    "...but she was certainly a beautiful and classy lady."

    You said the perfect words...a CLASSY lady! And yes, she was. They don't make movie stars like this anymore.

    "I'm part of a Facebook group for my hometown and the thing that people post the most about are their memories of the downtown retailers Xmas windows."

    OMG....how FABULOUS! And I can believe it too, because window display (especially at Christmas) are so magical!

    "I also remember my parents taking us to see the magical, animated displays of stores like Halle's, Higbees, Polskys, and O'Neils. Sadly, all those stores are gone now. Good memories though!"



    You said it, my friend! When I was a kid, my mother would take us into Center City JUST to walk around and look at all the window displays at Christmas. GREAT memories!


    Much thanks for stopping by. Have a fantabulous weekend!


    XO

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  8. Hey there Rob!

    Thank you :) I had so much fun putting this post together.

    "My dad was a huge fan of Audrey Hepburn's and I think he even wrote her a letter years ago--a got a response!"

    OMG...how FABULOUS! And it doesn't surprise me that Audrey responded because she seemed like someone who would do something like that. For as BIG a movie star as she was, she also seemed very REAL.

    "Let me know when you'll be in NYC. I'll be traveling early in the month, but maybe we can meet up!"



    Yes, absolutely!!!! I haven't asked Val yet, but I'm hoping she'll come to NYC with me in January. I would LOVE to meet up with you again!!!!!


    Much thanks for stopping by, buddy. Have a maaaaaavelous weekend!


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  9. "Audrey Hepburn was just beautiful and I absolutely LOVED her voice."

    Yes! Meeeeee too, Pearl!!! She had the most incredible voice! It was so unique. It had a soothing quality about it.

    "Tiffanys in NYC is on my places to see list when we're there next year"



    Yup!!!!!! I am so hoping everything works out that I can meet you and MWM in NYC next September, because I would love walking around the city with you!


    Much thanks for stopping by, m'dear! Have a lovely weekend!


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  10. "...a class act."


    Couldn't have said it any better myself, Suzi!


    CLASS ACT, indeed!


    Much thanks for stopping by, my friend. Have a beautiful weekend!


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  11. Hola Denise!

    I had a feeling you were a fan of Audrey's as well. I just knew it!

    " I've seen Breakfast at Tiffany's several times and every time I see it I can't imagine Marilyn Monroe playing that part because Audrey seemed so perfect!"

    OMG....I can't believe you said that because I feel the same way! I've seen several documentaries on the making of Breakfast at Tiffany's, and every time I hear that Truman Capote wrote this film with Marilyn Monroe in mind for that role, I can't believe it. And he was NOT happy when they cast Audrey in that role, but I think after the film was released, he realized that she was PERFECT as Holly Golightly.



    Thanks so much for stopping by, girl. Have a beautiful weekend!


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  12. Hellooooooooooo Dale!

    Earlier this week, when I passed Tiffany's windows and took these photographs, I suddenly got the idea of combining a post about Breakfast at Tiffany's, Audrey Hepburn, and the window displays. And of course, I immediately knew I wanted to dedicate this post to you!

    "...and I'm still looking forward to seeing you posing in your little black dress in Tiffany's window."



    Bwhahahahahhahaha!!!!!


    Oh just you wait, because I have a whole idea planned about me standing in front of the window with cup of coffee, a danish, sunglasses, AND maybe even wearing a TIARA! And the funny thing about it is that I'm sure no one on the streets will even notice me doing it because after all, it's NYC - HA!


    I'm hoping I can get my friend Val to go into the city with me that day so she can take the pictures!


    Much thanks for stopping by, buddy. Have a beautiful weekend!


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  13. "Audrey Hepburn was the quintessential definition of a true movie star. She had a special magnetism and presence on the silver screen, yet at the same time had a very approachable and down-to-earth quality."

    Oh yes, indeed!!


    "Seeing these windows made me feel all cozy and holidayish. I suddenly had the desire to jump inside the displays and roll around in the snow like a dog."

    Aww! And yes, those images are incredible!

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  14. Thank you, Meleah :)

    "Oh yes, indeed!!"

    Wasn't she faaaaaaabulous? And what always impressed me about her was that for all her stardom and fame, she always remained humble and real.

    Much thanks for stopping by, girl. Have a wonderful weekend. I hear we're finally going to be getting a bit of snow here in Philly on Sunday - YAHOOO!

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  15. Hooray!! I hope we get snow here too!!! Have an awesome weekend, Ron! xoxoxo

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  16. Those pictures really do look like a storybook. Clever you. I used to adore Audrey Hepburn and often wished I could look like her. I thought about her a lot when I visited Tiffany's in NY.


    Did I ever tell you that I like her quotations? This one in particular....
    'Make-up can only make you look pretty on the outside but it doesn't help if you're ugly on the inside - unless you eat the make-up.'



    I'm sorry I'm being so late visiting your blog and I'm talking days rather than hours ... even Feedly didn't want to show this latest post. I'm feeling VERY frustrated.... sob.


    Hope you have a lovely weekend. Do you have snow yet?

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  17. Ron, what a beautiful lady Audrey Hepburn was. And you described her to perfection. She was an earth angel. She glowed with a light from within. I loved her eyes. I'm going to share this post with my mother because she was a big fan of Hepburn, so I know she'll enjoy reading this.


    Great photographs of Tiffany's windows, dude. Really nice effects you created. I'm looking forward to some snow too!

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  18. "Let it snow...let it snow...let it snow!"


    xoxoxo

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  19. Gooooooooood morning Valerie!

    Thank you :) I had so much fun editing these photos over at PicMonkey. They have a great Winterland feature right now, so that you can add all sorts of wintery things to your photographs.

    " I thought about her a lot when I visited Tiffany's in NY."

    Yes! In fact, whenever I go, I stand in front of that window and imagine her standing there in the film. I'm going back in January to take some photographs. Stay tuned!

    "This one in particular....'Make-up can only make you look pretty on the outside but it doesn't help if you're ugly on the inside - unless you eat the make-up.'

    *clapping*

    OMG....I LOVED that!!!!!!!

    "I'm sorry I'm being so late visiting your blog and I'm talking days rather than hours ... even Feedly didn't want to show this latest post. I'm feeling VERY frustrated.... sob."



    No worries, dear lady, because I've had issues Feedly in the past, so I understand. However, lately it seems to be behaving.


    Much thanks for stopping by. Have a LOVELY weekend too!


    X


    P.S. No, we haven't gotten any snow yet, however there is snow in the forecast for Sunday. And I can't wait. Yesterday it was so WARM here (in the mid 70's and humid), you would have thought it was Spring. I actually saw people walking around in shorts and t-shirts in DECEMBER.

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  20. Hiya Matt!

    "She glowed with a light from within. I loved her eyes."

    Me too! Her eyes always reminded me of a deer/fawn. They were so tender and kind. Yet, at the same time they had a power and wisdom about them.

    "I'm going to share this post with my mother because she was a big fan of Hepburn, so I know she'll enjoy reading this."

    Oh that's awesome, thank you.

    " I'm looking forward to some snow too!"



    Me too! And I hear that we're getting some this weekend (on Sunday). And I can't wait!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!


    Much thanks for stopping by, bud. Have a super weekend!


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  21. Ron, we're going to send that snow wave your way, okay? We got a light dusting last night, and I'm telling ya, it's bringing some mighty COLD temperatures with it!


    What a lovely tribute to Audrey. She was classically beautiful, both inside and out, and it's easy to see why America was enamored with her.


    I love your Tiffany windows -- you're getting quite good at this photo editing stuff!



    Have a super weekend!

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  22. David OliverDecember 06, 2013

    Sometimes things around us slip past, really great things, without our notice. This is case with me and Audrey Hepburn. Incredibly I've never seen any movie she's made or know anything about her. Thank you very much! I'll put the movie on my "must see" list.

    The pictures are beautiful. They made me think about all the things I like about Christmas.



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  23. Beautiful pictures Ron! Thanks for sharing!! I just love Christmas! xo

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  24. nice tribute and i totally loved the way you described her personality according to you. i haven't seen this movie, yet i nodded my head in agreement with what you wrote. she was a beautiful person.


    love your photographs too and i hope it doesn't snow this year or any time in january.

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  25. Hey there Debbie!

    "Ron, we're going to send that snow wave your way, okay?"

    Yes....oh please do!!!! Yesterday it felt like spring - very warm and humid. However, today the temps. dropped considerably and we have some snow in the forecast for Sunday.

    "She was classically beautiful, both inside and out, and it's easy to see why America was enamored with her."

    Loved that! And yes, I agree - classically beautiful inside and out.

    And thank you. I had a lot of fun fiddling with the editing of these photos. I did them over PicMonkey. Love that website!

    Much thanks for stopping by, dear lady. Have a SUPER weekend too!

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  26. Hello there David!


    Oh, you are so welcome, buddy! Yes, if you do ever get the chance, I hope you enjoy this film as much as I do. Audrey Hepburn was one of a kind. She was so beautiful, yet her beauty shinned through something inside her. Lovely lady, she was.


    And thank you. I had a blast editing the photos of Tiffany's windows.


    Much thanks for stopping by. Have a super-duper weekend!


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  27. Thank you, Jeanne! You are so welcome.

    " I just love Christmas!"



    Meeeeeeeee too!


    Thank you for stopping by, dear lady. Have a great weekend!


    X to you and the girlz!

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  28. Hey there Val!

    " i haven't seen this movie, yet i nodded my head in agreement with what you wrote. she was a beautiful person."

    Oh, she was, wasn't she? And there was something in her eyes that came through that projected her equally beautiful soul.

    Thank you. I edited the window displays over at PicMonkey. They have a "Winterland" theme going on over there, where you can add all sorts of fun wintery things.

    "and i hope it doesn't snow this year or any time in january."



    HAHAHAHAHAHA!


    Much thanks for stopping by, girl. Have a warm and cozy weekend!

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  29. What a beautiful tribute, Ron! And I bet when Audrey read this from above, she smiled! You have me curious about her films now, just from the way you described her. I've heard of her and have seen pictures of her before, but never really knew much about her. You're right, she's lovely. I will look for the film you mentioned in this post.


    Great editing on the pics you took of Tiffany's windows. They are really, really nice. I laughed at your mention of rolling around in the snow like a dog.


    Hope you get some snow soon!

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  30. http://benzeknees.wordpress.com/2012/01/19/mystery-solved/

    http://benzeknees.wordpress.com/2012/05/30/i-did-it-she-did-it-everybody-do-it/

    We are so in tune Ron, above are the 2 posts I did about Audrey Hepburn!

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  31. Hey ho Robert!

    Thank you. Isn't she a lovely lady?

    "You have me curious about her films now, just from the way you described her. I've heard of her and have seen pictures of her before, but never really knew much about her."

    Breakfast at Tiffany's probably my favorite film of hers, however, she made so many wonderful films. You can check out her filmography on the link I shared at Wikipedia, but if you search for her name on You Tube, you will also find several documentaries on her life. The interview/documentary by her son (Sean) is just beautiful. I think you would really like it.

    "I laughed at your mention of rolling around in the snow like a dog."

    HA! And it's true, I honestly enjoy rolling around in the snow. Especially after the first really heavy snowfall of the year.

    Much thanks for stopping by, buddy. Have a WONDERFUL weekend!

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  32. Hello Benze!


    OMG...thank you SO MUCH for sharing the two links to the posts you wrote about Audrey Hepburn. And I can't WAIT to read them this weekend! Yippeeeeeeee!


    Yup...we are SO in tune! Wasn't Audrey such a lovely, lovely lady?


    Thanks for stopping by and have a super weekend!


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  33. Hiya Mel!!!!

    "I could look her all day and not tire of that light in her eyes."

    Beautifully said, and I totally agree! She had a special light that shined through those eyes. You could see her soul!

    And I don't know if she was truly aware of how gorgeous she was because from what I've read in books and heard in documentaries about her, she was a modest woman.

    "WOW..seriously, they put on a heck of a store window, huh?! You dressed up the shot perfectly."

    Thank you :) I had a blast fiddling around with the windows. Tiffany's windows will often stopped me in my tracks to look at them because they are always so unique and eye-catching. They really know how to merchandise their jewelry!

    "You roll like a puppy, I'm goin' for the snow angel making! ;-)"

    HA! Tomorrow we're supposed to be getting some snow, so I may be rolling around in it AND making snow angels!

    Thanks so much for stopping by, dear lady. Have a super Saturday!

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  34. Thanks Ron, I will check out You Tube this weekend and search for the documentary you mentioned.

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  35. Hey Robert, here's the link:

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=F-EouugFYq8



    Enjoy!

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  36. Thank you so much. I can't wait to watch it!

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  37. Geraldine H.December 07, 2013

    Talk about a coincidence, we watched Sabrina last night, with Humphrey Bogart and Audrey Hepburn, how cool is that!!! What a great movie too.
    You are so right about Audrey Hepburn, she was a true star in every sense of the word and from what I've read, a very giving, thoughtful person in her real life too.
    And gorgeous beyond words. Breathtaking really. Like a fawn, that's perfect Ron.
    Just loved this post, truly magical, thanks so much.
    Happy Weekend, G

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  38. I admire anyone who devotes themselves to a cause like Unicef. Truly impressive,


    Did you know the song Moon River was written especially for Audrey Hepburn to accommodate her rather narrow singing range? I can't remember where I read about that.

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  39. Helloooooooo Jean!

    Thank you :)

    "And the smiley face is so funny! Perfect ending!"

    Tee, hee! I just couldn't resist adding that smiley face!

    Much thanks for stopping by, my friend! Hope you're enjoying a faaaaaaaaabulous weekend!

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  40. "Talk about a coincidence, we watched Sabrina last night, with Humphrey Bogart and Audrey Hepburn, how cool is that!!!"

    WOW! That IS some coincidence, Geraldine!!! I loved Sabrina! I've seen both versions, but I prefer the original one.

    "she was a true star in every sense of the word and from what I've read, a very giving, thoughtful person in her real life too."


    Yes, I've read the same thing about her. Her son (Sean) made a documentary on his mothers life and said that the question he gets asked the most is, "What was your mother REALLY like in person?" He said, "Just look at her movies, because what you see on the screen is exactly what she was like in person."


    Thank you so much for stopping by, my friend, and for your kind words. Hope you're enjoying a beautiful weekend!


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  41. " Love the back of her dress with the pearl necklace in that first photo. The cut of the dress, the twist of her hair, such effortless beauty."


    I agree, Jean!!!! Effortless beauty!! She was epitome of CLASS. Even after she became ill, she STILL looked beautiful.


    And thank you, glad you enjoyed the photos. I had so much fun editing them.


    Hope you're having a beautiful weekend, my friend. Thanks a bunch for stopping by!


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  42. "I admire anyone who devotes themselves to a cause like Unicef. Truly impressive."

    Yup...I totally agree! What she did to help support UNICEF was truly beautiful! I've seen several photographs of her while visiting Africa, holding and caring for the children, and they are so touching. She really had such a strong passion for UNICEF.

    "Did you know the song Moon River was written especially for Audrey Hepburn to accommodate her rather narrow singing range? I can't remember where I read about that."



    Yes, you're right! In fact, I saw documentary in which it said that they were going to cut that song from the movie because the director didn't think it warranted adding anything to the film. However, it was one of the rare times in Audrey Hepburn's career in which she INSISTED that the song stay in the movie. So they had to keep it. And thank god, because it's one of the most beautiful moments in the film.


    Thanks so much for stopping by, girl. Hope you're having FABU weekend!

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  43. Dianne WilsonDecember 07, 2013

    she looked equally beautiful in a tee with a scarf on her head in the middle of a village, she was magic

    love your photos!!

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  44. "she looked equally beautiful in a tee with a scarf on her head in the middle of a village, she was magic."

    Yes....she sure did, Dianne! Without makeup, fancy clothes, or any fluff, she was STILL magic! And she still looked beautiful even towards the end of her life. She was to me, an earth-angel.

    Much thanks for stopping by, dear lady. Hope you're having a terrific weekend!

    X to you, Hope, Athena, Siren, and Isadora!

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  45. Ron, I watched the documentary this morning and really enjoyed it! What a great a video. Thanks again!

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  46. You are so welcome, bud! Glad you enjoyed. I had a feeling you would like it!

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  47. We have snow...you have snow...life is GOOD!! :-)

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  48. Hiya Mel!!!!!

    Yes....life is GOOD!!!!!! I went out for a long walk this afternoon and took some photographs to capture our first REALLY good snowfall for the year. And boy, let me tell ya...it was snowing HARD. Mel, I walking around the city with a huge smile on my face; catching snowflakes on my tongue - HA!

    Thanks for stopping by today, dear lady. Hope you had a magical Sunday!

    ((((((((( You ))))))))

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  49. Hey there Jayne!

    Isn't Breakfast at Tiffany's a CLASSIC?

    " I still cry each time she lets the cat out of the car in the rain."

    Meeeeeee too! The ending of that film is FABULOUS!

    " There will never be another like her."

    You're so right! She encompassed a movie star quality, yet at the same time had a quality of such humanness and relatability, that you could imagine being friends with her!

    Much thanks for stopping by, my friend. Hope you had a super weekend!

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  50. Herman TurnipDecember 08, 2013

    Audrey Hepburn is a classic beauty, and I for one never get tired of looking at her. And I've never seen the color version of the first photo. I'm used to the black and white one. Thanks for posting that! Oh, and if you happen across more of those famous NY window displays please post 'em! Us west coast readers would appreciate it :-)

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  51. Hey Herman!

    "Audrey Hepburn is a classic beauty, and I for one never get tired of looking at her."

    Same here! I will never get tired of looking at her.

    "And I've never seen the color version of the first photo. I'm used to the black and white one. Thanks for posting that!"

    It's funny you mentioned that because I was used to seeing the black and white version as well, so when I spotted the colored version online, it took me totally by surprised. It's odd, because although this movie is shot in color, I always think of it in black and white.

    "Oh, and if you happen across more of those famous NY window displays please post 'em! Us west coast readers would appreciate it :-)"

    Will do! I will be going sometime in January and have plans of taking some photographs of the 'exact' window Audrey stood in front of in the movie - it right on 5th Avenue.

    Thanks a bunch for stopping by, buddy. Hope you had a super weekend!

    X to you, Karin, and Mr. Tyler!

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  52. I have mentioned to Daryl that you are hoping to be in NYC when we are there and she thinks it's a great idea if we all meet up. I'm so hoping it all works out and we can do it. x

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  53. " I'm so hoping it all works out and we can do it."


    Meeeeeeeee too, Pearl! September is usually a good month for me to take a day trip because it's right before I get busy at work for the holidays, so I think it's going to work out GREAT!


    I am sooooooo looking forward to meeting up with you!!!!!


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  54. Ron, I saw the comment you left for Robert with the link to the Audrey Hepburn documentary and watched it. What a great documentary! Her son Sean spoke so well of her. What a lovely tribute.

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  55. Hola Denise! Oh goodie...I'm so glad you spotted the link and watched the documentary. Wasn't it a fabulous tribute to his mother? So touching!

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  56. Ron.... your pictures of light and shadow are AMAZING. I can't pick a favorite because they have all blown me away... very seriously. Your eye is extraordinary!

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  57. Thank you, Katherine. You're a sweetheart!


    (((((((((((( You ))))))))))))))


    And thank you for stopping by, girl!

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  58. I've always thought my oldest daughter, The Investigator (aka Peanut's Mama) looks l bit like Audrey Hepburn. I agree she is the vision of a true movie star! Gorgeous and classy all rolled into one beautiful package regardless of what she wears! Love your window display shots! Very festive! Hope your holidays are merry and your cocoa hot this year. :-)

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  59. Hello there Lisa!

    "I've always thought my oldest daughter, The Investigator (aka Peanut's Mama) looks l bit like Audrey Hepburn."

    Wow, really? I think I've seen pictures of your oldest daughter on your blog, so I need to go back and look through your posts to check that out. How wonderful that she resembles Audrey!

    "Gorgeous and classy all rolled into one beautiful package regardless of what she wears!'

    You said it! Even after she became ill, I've seen photos of her and she still looked beautiful!

    Thank you. Glad you enjoyed the photos. I had fun editing them.

    Much thanks for stopping by, Lisa. Have a lovely week!

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