We have another awesome rural scene from guest photographer Tom Miller. Thanks, Tom!
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I also added a Google+ like button to each post, but I don’t like how it’s displaying, so I’m going to try to find a better one.
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Guest photographer Tom Miller sent me this photo he took on Friday. His description:
A photo I took at around 6:30am, just before I climbed in to go to work.
I am in love with the perspective. Thanks, Tom!
I stopped on one of the little dead end streets off of Ida St. the other day, and noticed I could see the back of Norpac Cannery from there. Some sort of machinery was loading some sort of green stuff into the back of some sort of truck.
Can you tell I know pretty much nothing about how the cannery works? Or anything else?
This cool old car was rambling down Wilco Rd. about a month ago, so I took a picture. Then I promptly forgot that picture existed until I rediscovered it yesterday.
Don’t ask me why I named this one ‘Remember When’ because this car is older than me. But I’m sure someone out there does remember the era it comes from.
I went to last night’s Stro’s Wednesday Nite Cruise-In, held twice monthly during the summer at the A&W Restaurant on Washington St. I ended up with more photos than I thought I would (I don’t know why this surprises me, since it always happens), so I’m spreading this out over two posts.
For those wondering, the car above is a Chevrolet Corvette Stingray. I know this because it had emblems on it which told me. They did not tell me what year the Stingray was made, but the little sign in the window did — 1964. That was quite helpful. There are other views of the car in the photos below.
Click on the thumbnails below to see pretty vehicles. And come back tomorrow so you can click on more thumbnails to see more pretty vehicles.