Old Filling station in North Zulch, Texas.
another good one Henry
Thanks a lot! :-))
Very nice photo! Like!.....To plagerise a prolific Pano spammer :).... These old buildings have a heap of character and history that I love.. Good find!
I know exactly who you are talking about. All he has to do is actually write something like a real person. It's not like we can't hit the translation button!
No, I won't say it..I must resist.. but Henry, it's a very nice photo and I like it. Howzat?
The way things are going in Oz we're going to see more and more of that with the big boys drowning out the small holders. They usually stuff up photographers as well, by taking the old pumps away..
it's a perfect subject for a horror movie!
weel done of course!
Greteings from Italy
Love the picture, hate the message. The economy of rural America is almost extinct. The little guy has no hope at starting from scratch anymore with all the regulation, 'credit rating agencies,' and other hurdles everyone wanting to own a business has to endure. Everything is weighted to favor the big corporation, the big firm, and big government.
Thanks everybody! :-)
I like this old building. I would love to have a look inside :)
I was shooting on the run this day durring work. Did not even think about peeking in the window. I will have to check it out the next time they send me over there. It is about an hour and a half from where I live. :-)
Now you make me curious about your job? Driving around the country looking out the window? Sounds nice. :)
black and white wonderful light LIKE greetings Andreas Sw
Thanks for the L Andreas!
Job is not very glamorous at all, but do get to go places I would not normaly go and someone else paying for the fuel. :-)
Very nice photo L+F
Thanks for the YsL Nenad!
Nice find, I hope its still there as I'm headed that way
Yes it should be there unless it has fallen down. ;-)
Thanks for the visit, henry
very impressive in b/w L+F
Thanks a bunch for the L and Fav.
Best wishes, henry
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Photo taken in Madison County, TX, USA
Misplaced? Suggest new location