I've never been a Coke drinker but I do miss those wonderful glass bottles, wish we still used them.
une belle photo bien graphique, belle composition
Yes, how true. I remember having to rinse out bottles (Coke, milk, etc.) to recycle. Love this nostalgic photo.
Definitely a memory from a time gone by.
fact: the more money you get back for recycling, the more compliant you are as a recycler.
They're worth $0.10 each up here. Bring 'em up, it'll pay for the trip.
Love this .. and its a great reminder to recycle!
Elles sont jolies ces petites bouteilles ! Je préfère le verre que le plastic! C'était une bonne idée de rendre les bouteilles! C'était la même chose pour moi quand j'étais petite ! Je rendais les bouteilles de lait qui étaient vides !
Oh the memories of my yout'. Soda was so much more enjoyable from a glass bottle. I remember a job at a grocery store separating and stacking the bottles for the distributors. Now we all suffer with plastic.
They still have rebates in Germany. You get 215 to 20 euro cents back for glass AND plastic bottles. It definitely keeps people from tossing them out.
That is supposed to be 15 to 20 cents. Ooops!
I love the milky greenness of these old bottles.
I don't know why this is charming, but it is.
Love the different shades of green. Glass bottles made the soda taste so much better.
I don't remember the last time I saw these. I swear, Virginia, you could make anything beautiful. This is a great shot.
Love those old soda bottles...coke was definitely better out of the bottle! And a definite recycling incentive!!!
Yes, I remember the days you payed for the glass bottle. Cool shot!
Like the pattern in this!
Cool photo and a few funny comments.
I like it! Real Americana.
What a picture.I remember as a little kid in Chicago we would go "bottle hunting" for those Coke bottle. Every 2 cents would add up to enough to buy an ice cream soda at the drug store counter.
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