Saturday, August 22, 2009

Abandoned


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14 comments:

bettyl said...

What a good eye to catch that shot! I enjoy that sort of finds myself!

Betsy from Tennessee said...

Definitely abandoned, Loran.... The little wild flowers around it are growing really well though.

Hugs,
Betsy

George said...

What a great picture. The wildflowers growing around and through the disc are beautiful.

Baruch said...

Nice find

Happily Retired Gal said...

Perfect title for this lovely scenic photo!
Hugs and blessings,

Gaelyn said...

Very cool find. I have a friend who would want to haul it off for her yard.

Jo said...

Hi Loran, what an artistic shot. Well done and I LOVE your little Skipper. He and the plough look good amongst the wildflowers. I'm back online and onblog again. (((Hugs))) Jo from North Africa now...

life's journey said...

Oh looks beautiful even it is abandon...Happy SS! am playing.

Maria said...

Beautiful picture! You've had your cup of coffee already this time :))
Have a pleasant week ahead!

Bim said...

Well, at least it has been abandoned in a rather beautiful spot!

The Explorer said...

Great title and fascinating view!!!

Here is my post.

Garden View Inside Eastwood City

Cezar and Léia said...

wow this landscape is amazing and the flowers so delicate!It's a pity to think it's abandoned, but I guess it is a kind of feeling.
Happy camera critters
purrs and love
Luna

Sandy Kessler said...

This and th e one above make me ask what would we do without wildflowers popping up here and there.otting their paint on the landscape sandy

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