This week’s gallery is all about classic cars and trucks. My husband is a firm believer in the value of a good vehicle. He has 7 of them. Some of them show up in this week’s gallery. We have also been known to spend some time at car shows. So, I have lots of car and truck photos. I have an affinity for emblems, logos, and hood ornaments. I love the shiny chrome and curves of the old cars and hotrods. So please enjoy!
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International Harvester Truck
Red Car Yellow Car
Chrome Hood Ornament
Buick 8 front end
Caution: Mustang Fan
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The dictionary defines a bridge as a structure carrying a road, path, railroad, or canal across a river, ravine, road, railroad, or other obstacle. This week’s gallery contains photo of bridges around the world. Some bridges over large bodies of water and some over small creeks.
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A Dublin Sunset
Clouds Over the House
South Bank View
Time on Thames
The Bridge Ove
Samuel Beckett Bridge
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Signs are a definite favorite with myself and other photographers. Some are vintage, retro, or just retro looking. Billboards, neon, painted on buildings, I don’t know why we are drawn to them. Perhaps it’s that they seem to be art in their own right, created to draw people in. Even the most simple sign can garner attention and make us stop to stare. Some signs have the name of a business and some are warnings for what lies ahead. You’ll find a little bit of everything in this sign gallery.
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Yellow M & M
Watch for Pedestrians
Oliver Hotel Sign
Aunt Sarah’s Pancake House
Jellico Motel and Restaurant
People walk down the street in Havana, Cuba
Lema’s World Famous Chittlins
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This week’s gallery is all food related items. Bar and restaurant signs are always so interesting. Sometimes, they are vintage and antique with a little wear and age. Sometimes they are just interesting. The farmer’s market is always a favorite. I find myself torn between cooking the produce I find or just using it for art. Once in awhile, I do both. So eat it or art it, that is the question of the week. To purchase any of these or other food art, click here.
Basket of Yellow Peppers
A Pile of Peppers
The Quay’s Bar
Aunt Sarah’s Pancake House
Bags of apples
Kay’s Ice Cream
Peppers, garlic, eggplant, onions. All the good stuff.
Fresh pasta. Yes, there was a vendor that sold fresh pasta.
Yoder’s Donuts, dripping with hot glaze.
Can I get a purple pepper
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