Saturday, May 25, 2013

FMTSO: From The Ground Up

I absolutely love this week's theme for the Friday My Town Shoot Out.  I cheated though because I didn't actually go out this week and take photos.  These come from my archives and were taken last September while I was on vacation, so they are not actually from my town but they are still my photos in different towns.

Galvastan, Texas.

Cadillac Ranch in Amarillo, Texas.

A block wall with horses painted on it.  Again, in Amarillo, Texas.

Well that's it for this week.

The day's come and go so fast anymore that Friday is here before I can even blink.
Hopefully, next week I'll have some fresh photos for the theme.

Friday, May 17, 2013

FMTSO: The Five Senses

Happy Friday!  Today's theme is the five senses.  I picked out several photos for the theme but in the end I just didn't think they were good enough so instead I will post just one picture which represents all five of my senses.

First, I SEE it, then I TOUCH it, then I SMELL it then I TASTE it and then everyone around me can HEAR me say Mmm Mmm good as I devour my sweet treat using all of my senses.
Last Friday, while out of town,  I scoured Los Angeles and Hollywood for graffiti for FTSO and I found some, but unfortunately, I never made it to the computer, so I will share my graffiti with you now.

My sister up at the top to the right and her friend Julie on the left.
And lastly, a not to subtle message.
Have a great weekend everyone!

Saturday, May 4, 2013

FMTSO: Machinery

Hello Friday Group! 
I'm a bit late posting and I'm digging into my archives once again but I did not want to miss this theme.
This is an oscillograph at the Clark County Museum.
An Intertype.
A book binding press.
I thought these were interesting machines, especially the intertype.
For those of you not familiar with the Friday My Town Shoot Out, I urge you to visit the home page by clicking here, which is also where you will find the links to view other participants take on this theme.
Have a great weekend.


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