July 31, 2013

Last post of Show me...

Thanks to all that participated in "Show me yours", it was great to see different places and seasons!
I always forget to carry my camera, so I did not post as much as I intended, but that's OK, I had so many other projects going on at the same time. I still invite all to share a bit of your local area, nothing too personal, we don't need stalkers right? But something that represents a little of our area in the world.

This is a very old house by a highway. The industrial and commercial areas grew all around it, like it happens too often, and it is now alone, empty but still rather pretty.
I love pictures of old houses, even those in ruins, somehow they show a story.

Look at the tumble weed to the right.... those things are everywhere! lol

Ayala Art



7 comments:

  1. Aw! I'm kicking myself for not coming around here more often. I would have played along, for sure. I'm too late for the party, tho. Maybe next time, I'll try not have my head in the sand.

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    1. There's always a next time! :oD

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  2. That tumble weed is so perfect there that it looks like a prop put on pourpose. Lol. I like old houses too, so much character.
    If you´ve visited me lately you could have a look at the End of the World. Nothing catastrophic, just the most southern city in the world called Ushuaia.

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    1. Oh, then I learned something new today! I always thought that last place was called Tierra del Fuego! I have to go and check it out, thanks!!

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  3. Tumble weed. You know, I always thought that was made up! LOL! Great photo Martha ;o)

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    1. Nope. They are all over the place here... I should take more pictures. Then in late winter early Spring, we get this crazy winds and the really tumble! Some get so big they can damage your car! I like them, they are weird and funny :oD

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  4. What a fun post... love tumbleweeds too!

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