Good shot. A cowboy is still a cowboy so why shouldn't a cowgirl still be a cowgirl?
"It's gotta be true cause I saw it on the internet!"
Attractive bird but I wonder what the inside of the car looks like!
Good shot, as Dave said it would make a good wall hanger. Makes me want to be back wintering in Florida where we used to go to the boardwalk to watch the sunrise quite often.
Seems what a lot of folks are forgetting is that there are a number of handicap people in this world who would not be able to visit buildings without elevators (and that have exterior steps). Sorry to say I'm one of them and I'm thankful our government has taken steps to insure accessibility is available to all who require it.
PEACE ON EARTH to all my brothers. One Christmas in 1968 was more than enough for me!
I have had a scooter for a number of years. I have MS and can walk with a cane or walker so long as not going too far when I use the scooter. I will not recommend a name but would suggest you seriously look into a three wheel rather than a four wheel, 3 wheel has a much tighter turning radius and she can avoid backing up to turn into an isle in stores. I've ridden both and much prefer the 3 wheel and they are not any more likely to turn over than a 4 wheel as long as an adult is driving.
Interesting images, not sure but that suit case on top of the taxi looks exactly like the one I lost last time I flew into N.Y. City many years ago!
Good shot, I like the lighting effects. In answer to your question, GREAT BIG one!
Great images, hope the tide is going out so all the more people can see the art work!
I've never noticed the triangle on the fuel gauge. I have always used rule of thumb that the side of the dashboard the fuel gauge was on, the tank filler tube was on the same side.
I remember back in 1971 my wife went grocery shopping in our two or three day old 1972 Toyota that we got when I got out of the service. She parked in the back 40 between the lines thinking she would avoid any door dings. While getting groceries an announcement came over the loudspeaker asking that the owner of a yellow Toyota station wagon come to the service counter. When she arrived she was told her car had been struck and badly damaged by another car that was speeding through the parking lot. The teenager who was speeding claimed his accelerator stuck (OK, why was it stuck to the floorboards). Kid took AMC to court claiming it was manufactures fault and his insurance should not have to pay for the damages! The judge somewhat held back a laugh and as good as told the kid to get out of the courtroom, threw out the case charging the kid court costs. We haven't parked in the back 40 since (door dings are cheaper to fix than speeding car damage!).
Great shot, neat old barn, especially like the rain behind the lean to.
Looks like some of the kids are smarter than their teachers!