I'm having so much fun looking at the world through the lens of my Panasonic Lumix DMC-LX3.
I will share my world of Rocklin, California and points North, South, East and West.
Come and enjoy with me.
What a cool fort. Made for some fabulous artsy photos! Thanks!Good luck with the packing.
I love the details you caught!And you make me go back to the past for a little moment!
I love the tones. Really well composed shot. They really did have to travel light.
I love these photos of the fort. Can you imagine the dust that would be in your stuff if packed in that?
....and if your household is a 'stereotypical' one...the wagon would be loaded-or overloaded-with all things important, and the man's meager belongings would be left behind.....:)
But don't forget, the wagon would be packed to the brim too... pity those poor pack animals that had to pull it up hill and down dale!Great photo, lovely dusty colours.
belle photo de detail du wagon. bravo beautiful photograph of detail of the coach. cheer
Hey, you can still pack the old-fashioned way - but I'm not sure everything will arrive in your new home in one piece!Do you print up some of these masterpieces, frame them and display them in your home?
I as a kid used to love the caravans and the dusty images of nomads moving from village to village....I guess i still a fascinated by the idea but prefer living a more stable life than that!! :)Lovely detailing..but then can trust u to come up with it .....a s a regular visitor of ur blog over the past few weeks, i credit u with a sensitivity not often seen! :)
Very interesting place!
Your recent photographs are stunning. Thanks for showing them. And thank you for stopping at my place and commenting on everything from the ordinary house fly and ant to the downy woodpecker.720 pixels
isn't it amazing how much stuff we accumulate over the years? i love the color of the wagon....
loved this picture .. i guess because of it's dusty look :)
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