Visit to an Old Gasoline Service Station
Many years ago, a local oil company built their service stations in the Milwaukee, Wisconsin area to look like Japanese pagodas. There are very few left, and the one in Cedarburg, Wisconsin is now a retail store for a local custom jewelry designer/maker. The little store is located next to an old mill now used as an animal feed store.
Spanish Villa Sunrise
Living in San Diego County we have a lot of Spanish style arcitecture. SpanishVillaSunrise2 I just happen to be in this spot for a different photo shoot this morning when I turned around and saw part of the tower sticking out from among the trees. I took one quick photo which you are looking at and then resumed by photoshoot. All in all, I like this shot more than any other I took this morning. Its a bit different that what I normally share, but I like it.
The Silver Coach
A couple of night time pictures of one of my favorite restaurants in Steven's Point, WI. Every time I get up North I stop there to eat. The front of the restaurant is a old sleeper car. They have photos on the walls in which there is one that I really like. A photographer was able to capture a grasshopper in flight that was tack sharp and nice composition.
A short post
On a time limit today, but since Mr. Q seemed so upset at just one little flower I decided to post one little bit of Santa Fe Architecture.
More on Monday. I promise. Have a great weekend!
Challenge composition and focus
Groningen with her 42.000 students is one of the biggest city of knowledge in Nederland.
The main city transportation is of course the bicycle
The Railway Station is renovated 4 or 5 years ago. it has a beautiful ceiling
Opposite the station there is a contenporer Museum
This Iron Lady has been keeping an eye on her city for many years.
When on the farm in Iowa my brother-in-law was so pleased with his apple trees, he was happy that he would get a good crop this year - Sunlight on Apples and Green apples against blue sky.
I think that these flowers always look so crisp and clean - Daisy Poster.
“Your typical city involved in a typical daydream”
“joyful” is Don Phillip’s composition from his 1946 NYC post, photo number 6.
It is 500 Fifth Ave shot from the steps of the NY Public Library, built by the same architect and in the same year as the Empire State Building.
(Long story to follow shortly)