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I've been taking pictures as a frequent activity since 2010 and it uses more and more of my time and interest. I have two inexpensive cameras and most frequently I use my Fujifilm S2950. My photographic taste in subjects (or in editing) often runs to the darker side. My little granddaughter has become interested in photography and she sometimes accompanies me on photo-trips. This gallery contains a few of her shots, tagged "C's pix."

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It is pleasant, isn't it? There are actually some nice architectural features here and there about town. I would love to have this window! Thanks, Andy.

WOW... was für eine tolle Perspektive. YSL.

Grüße vom Almöhi

Great find, Shain! Yes, it's an excavator from the 1950s, maybe earlier. I searched "SPO" and couldn't come up with a solid hit, but there were a lot of railroad-themed results. L&F!

WHOA! That is amazing - aren't you glad you weren't going around the bend when that monster dropped? Are you still able to drive through? LIKE!

Wow, you are not only off-road, you are off-world!

Hittin' the road, huh? I wonder if this got washed out long ago and they just abandoned it. Nice, L!

Ha! The morbid mind of the photographer, probably. I cannot take a straightforward picture of anything that is abandoned, it seems. Thanks very much for your generous YSL, Andy!

Ha! By now, they certainly are inseparable. Eventually, the tree will knock down the house. Nice to see you, Jean Paul, hello from Oregon!

Yes, it certainly does. This would give my grandson the creeps, so I don't stop at places like this when he's with me. He's finally getting used to cemeteries a little bit. My granddaughter is the tough one! (Was it you I told about her having the bright idea to have her next birthday party at one that had lots of old children's graves? Then, everyone could bring a stuffed animal to put on a grave, instead of a gift for her. Her brother almost had a cow over that idea.)

I suppose it used to be, but the house has been boarded up for a long time. Thank you, Annelie!


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