Wednesday, February 12, 2014
Good morning everyone. I am hosting my first give-away. There is no special anniversary, no rhyme or reason, it's just because. Most of you who follow this blog know that photography is a hobby and that I belong to the most awesome camera club in the country, however, I have another hobby that I'm even more passionate about and that is my love of snail mail and Postcrossing. I'm giving away........ Read The Rest of The Story and Enter Here
Sunday, February 9, 2014
I know this is a late entry but I wanted to participate even after my frustration with Blogger and Chrome the past couple of days. So, here is my late entry of entrances in my town. These are all from my archived photos, 2009 or 2010. It was the best I could do this week. Hopefully, I will get some fresh photos very soon.
This entrance is padlocked to keep the animals in and the people out.
Entrance into Bonnie Springs Ghost Town in Las Vegas.
Entrance to the cemetery and the restaurant.
Not the greatest picture, but this is the entrance to the chapel at Bonnie Springs.
The door to one of the shops at Bonnie Springs.
That's it for this week.
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Saturday, February 1, 2014
All of the following photos were taken while on vacation. Some are in Nevada, some are in Oregon and some are in California. I hope you enjoy where the lines take you.
A place to rest in Jacksonville, Oregon.
Hay for the animals in Lakeview, Oregon.
A shoe tree in the middle of nowhere.
Signs to my nephew's wedding in Yoncala, Oregon.
San Jose, California. The front yard of Winchester Mystery Mansion.
Melons at a farmers market in Oregon.
Tehachapi, California. I snapped this shot from the passenger side window while driving down the freeway.
Somewhere near Drain, Oregon.
Another covered bridge, also near Drain, Oregon.
A swing ride in Sonoma, California.
A church in Virginia City, Nevada.
A train ride in Sonoma, California.
I hope you enjoyed a bit of my vacation with me.
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