One could find this sign, and similar building facade color just about anywhere in the USA. Says…Mexican food inside!
I’m trading in my Toyota for this beauty. If you see me on the road, watch out!
About 4-500 pounds of pig/hog sleeping in the hay inside a pen constructed as they were back in the 1800s. Her mate was in the pen next door and […]
James Burroughs was the plantation owner where Booker T. Washington was raised. Burroughs died before the Civil War, but his two sons were not so fortunate. Finding old graves such […]
In 1917, Marshall Field (Chicago department store) established the town of Fieldale in SW Virginia, near the hub of a thriving textile manufacturing region. Here, he made various textile […]
What exactly are “Dry Goods?”
I can’t pass up old machines like this fork lift…obviously in a sad state of repair.Turning my color image into black and white really did the trick as far as […]
This “guy” with glasses, dressed in golfing attire, was standing in the front window of an art store. I positioned myself so I could get his face inside the […]
I found this old water fountain near a back door at an old textile factory (long closed) and took several shots of it…this one being one of the better […]
Stuart, Virginia is nestled in the Blue Ridge Mountains and is, fortunately for me, a short drive from home. One Sunday afternoon recently I drove to the small town to see […]