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When I was younger, my mother told me that golf and photography were for rich folks. I should have listened to her. I don't do so well at the golf, spending most of my time looking like a drunken sailor staggering from side to side on the fairways, but this keeps me from spending too much time or money there. Unfortunately it's the photography bit that has taken the chunk out of my, ah, discretionary spending. Ah well, c'est la vie. I can be reached via my user name here @msn.com
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a marketable, serendipitous shot, Laurel211! No horsing around, this art is worth every penny ;)

Best wishes & ℒ#3to Enderby from Kelowna

I pass by this building regularly on my way to and from Richmond. Last Sat. I stopped to take pictures and there was lots of yard sale activity with different people selling things. I had a chance to speak with the owner, a man named Rick. He was telling me about some of the history of the property. He said it was the first integrated business in Spotsylvania County - serving black and whites. He mentioned it was a restaurant, gas station and B&B. I was wondering if Gamebred or anyone else can verify these as facts. Being very interested in civil rights history, I am especially interested in the integration part. Thanks!

Nice! It looks like a Christmas postcard.

Amazing view, wonderful picture

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Greetings from India, Anand

      Zugehfrau   ... spinn ich denn?!  Schön wärs ;-)

Many thanks for the visits and F&L palaemon and Anton.


Happy trails, Bruce

I love the glow of the city, then there's like a dim medidan, and then the glow of the mountain! Sweet!

Awesome shot! Bravo

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