Thursday, March 12, 2009

Postcard from Barcelona: Antique Car Show

This little boy was dressed in an outfit reminiscing the early 1900s at the antique car rally from Barcelona to Sitges last Sunday. He was one of many others who dressed in period-appropriate attires for the start of the race.

I will be heading back to NYC today. Regular programming resumes tomorrow.

22 comments:

Virginia said...

Awwww! Ming he's adorable. What great image to leave us with in Barcelona! Have a very safe trip home.
Hope your holiday was as great as it looked!
V

Ina J Offret said...

Very dapper young man.

Chuck Pefley said...

OMG. What a cute kid!! Nicely done, Ming!!

Vogon Poet said...

Great shot! And look at his mother's shoes!

Babzy said...

Cute little man ! beautiful shot !

Piper said...

Ohh nice little man.

One thing .. the name of the city is Sitges.

Regards from Ibiza.

valeria said...

Amazing! This child is so adorable! Have a good journey back home...

missy said...

How cute is he, what a doll!! Are you glad to be heading back home?

Paz said...

Awwww! What a handsome tyke!

Have a safe trip back home.

Paz

Peter said...

That was a short visit! I guess you will miss the churros!

Laila said...

looks like straight out of a movie... the boy is too cute for words.

Changes in the wind said...

I chime in with Laila...too cute for words.

april said...

Cute. He looks nostalgic and like a little Irishman.

glenda said...

Great shot. He is adorable. Have a safe trip home.

teahouse said...

Awww, that is too cute! Especially the old-fashioned shoes.

Lily Hydrangea said...

what an adorable little boy!
Welcome home Ming.

Julie ScottsdaleDailyPhoto.com said...

this is priceless!

Saretta said...

Ming! You are such a world traveller!

GMG said...

Lovely shot! The young guy looks great!!

Kuanyin Moi said...

TOOOOO cute! Well done!

Jilly said...

Just adore this, Ming. Whata cute guy and somehow you've got the feeling of that era.

annulla said...

What an adorable kid. Glad to hear you had a great trip, but NYC missed you.

Blather From Brooklyn