Photos from Florida's Capital City (and occasionally a few from other interesting places I have been fortunate enough to visit in my travels!)
Tuesday, May 27, 2014
I took a break from blogging over the long weekend and spent some time visiting with family who live in the small town of Bonifay, which is just west of Tallahassee. They live out in the country and on the way to their house, we saw this old rusted out Ford automobile sitting in the front yard of someone's house. On the way back I pulled over to the side of the highway and handed my camera to my son. He took this picture, so that makes him my guest photographer today! Linking up with Rubbish Tuesday.
Labels: cars, Rubbish Tuesday
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Fantastically perceived scene. Someone has a curiously romantic garden.
A great find! You should enter it in the Rubbish Tuesday meme. :)
Kudos to your son. It's a great picture of that old car. Looks like a Model T. Great lawn decoration.
Thank you for all of your kind comments. It's nice to have you back and I'm glad you enjoyed the time with your family!
Beautiful old car and applause to your son for getting the shot.
Wonderful old car and what a great shot!! Your son must take after his Mother!!! Thanks for stopping by my blog today -- I think I've got the pictures fixed -- one more time????
Have a lovely week, Lois!!
An interesting old car, and thanks to your 'guest' photographer!
You could have used this one for that Rust and Ruin theme later in the year.
a gorgeous scene even if the car is rusting away
What a great find!
Visiting from Rubbish Tuesday,
Nice old car . . . And teach those kids early. :)
Well that isn't rubbish at all!
Looks like a sculpture!
What a great find! I think your son is a budding photographer! Thank you so much for sharing adn thanks for linking up!
Excellent. It is a beauty. Thank your guest photographer for us.
to make a trip it will not be easy.
but it is possible to dream
How fab Lois, as a garden sculpture it would be hard to beat :)
Wow, that's a beauty!
What a great car - lets hope someone preserves it so that people can continue to enjoy it. Lovely photo.
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