On my way to not much, while driving through the middle of nowhere, I came to a stop light and on my left this remarkable sight loomed. Whatever it may have been, it now stands as deco art. Photo treats, in the middle of nowhere.
Found on some farm land is this magnificent old work truck…
After some careful examination, I can decipher that the door once had R&R Well & Pump written on it. This angle allows us to see all of the bizarre looking equipment, as well as the rust. R&R is still in business in my home town.
The same image in B&W with a different angle has a dramatic feel.
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This small shed once housed the first club in America. A group of small town fellows who enjoyed beer to excess would gather here and discuss prospective conquests. Unfortunately, none ever occurred, but it was great fun to imagine themselves as playboys and lovers extraordinaire.
While riding through the countryside in search of images to feed my insatiable WordPress hunger, I came upon these two in an open field.
Like an overgrown adult child I stood 30 yards from them and made ridiculous noises in an attempt to get them to at least turn around and look at me. After 15 minutes of sounding like an idiot, the paint horse finally began to turn around some. The next thing I know, they are both approaching me rapidly.
I was completely stunned at how beautiful the paint horse was and he made his affections known by posing, nudging, and letting me touch his pretty face.
My best guess is that after listening to me making those silly noises, they decided that I probably would not shut up unless they came to see me. After a good 15 minutes of snuggling we all agreed that we should probably get on with our day and said an emotional goodbye.
The much larger brown horse stood back a few feet and watched as I bonded with our friend the paint. I think I will have to make a return visit and see if this beauty remembers me. I then proceeded to get on my own horse and continue my travels to feed my WordPress hunger.