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Who Said What!

lars said:

love it !

Crash Ryan said:

I'll take the red truck !!!!!!!!!!

Olivier Jules said:

wow! beautiful picture

Lorraine said:

oh my gosh they're still alive I want the red truck lol

Olivier Jules said:

very nice capture. I like it

Lorraine said:

love this stop stopping me lol

Heidi said:

Love it! It gives such a sense of space and "lost in time" kind of thing! LOVE IT!

Lorraine said:

You're not dead to me kitten wish you'd post here

shooter said:

I love this

shooter said:

Love the colours and the framing, god how I would love to spend time in that country.

Lorraine said:

missed you so, my dad used to drive one, my laptops keep on imploding on my 4thnow however long it lasts love to you and Jannie

omar said:

wow, what crazy roof, never seen before

rian said:

i bet this one served it's owner really well, very nice shot!

rian said:

i can sense a stillness from this place, nice shot!

rian said:

i doubt there's anything to drink there though.. :D nice shot!

Roy-a-former-Cretan said:

Phil;
I keep coming here, but there's nothing new. Have you given up on the blog?

Nicol said:

This really caught my eye. It is beautiful. I love the blue of the sky and the yellow and detail of the dry dying grass. Very picturesque :)

Shooting My Journey x

Michael said:

These just get better and better

rian said:

i'd love to have that kart as a kid.. :) nice catch.

rian said:

nice subtle colors here, nice capture.

rian said:

seeing the patches of snow and leafless trees makes this seem really chilly.. nice catch.

rian said:

cool title for this one, i like how it cuts the frame and how the cables look like broken guitar strings, nice catch.

Lorraine said:

Wow Phil it's striking no one and I mean no one does b&w like you do, fantastic

janina said:

I feel like waxing lyrical here due to the post title. Wide sky, wide land, old mountains, old sand, old man, old woman. Yes, I guess people do live in such places and I always wonder how they do it! Excellent work.

rian said:

a camper well taken care of.. nice catch.. :)

rian said:

love the colors you were able to capture here, great catch.

rian said:

very nice selective focus.. love the mood of this one..

rian said:

really captivating textures here, great catch!

Lorraine said:

Vacation outlet? too cool and groovy and I have to change my blog do I have time

minimodi said:

iconic!

Roy-a-former-Cretan said:

What a beautiful sky!

rian said:

this sure grabs attention.. :) nice capture!

rian said:

a falcon! my buddy had one of these.. drives like a boat.. :)

rian said:

so eerie how this industrial plant looks so empty..

rian said:

that sure is an odd structure, nice capture..

rian said:

really nice decay captured here..

rian said:

sounds reasonable, looks seedy though..

rian said:

it's nice to see signs of civilization in this place.. :) nice catch..

Lorraine said:

comment flood protection is enabled, apparently I've left too many

Lorraine said:

I took for than a minute so again for the third time...terror's eyes never misses...this is fantastic

Lorraine said:

FABULOUS, wow def. a terror kitten moment, love this wow

Lorraine said:

Sounds wild and just a little crazy fits you to a T. Love this photo! Apache Motel, maybe I coul live there...hum right

Lorraine said:

This is outstanding Phil...

Lorraine said:

I love the pink/mauve hues of this wow

sherri said:

reminds me of sherbet ice-cream. looks like something from the streets of cuba.

rian said:

nice scene captured here, it's kinda surprising there's nobody around admiring this beauty.. :)

rian said:

booze & gambling.. someone partied hard.. :)

rian said:

i see a cowboy in the shadows.. :D nice capture

rian said:

really great light & details captured here.. it feels so quiet..

rian said:

that's an awesome vintage car.. great catch! :)