Don’t look in the upper left corner and you won’t go blind. I should have taken my own advice. I’m still blinking dots.
Still, I love this vintage truck so much. The windows look like they might’ve melted a little bit.
That bumper is hanging on for dear life.
Somebody fled and left the door open. Did you notice that?
She’s probably having a triple hit of espresso at Balzac’s right now.
That’s where I’d be if the bumper was hanging by a bolt on my vintage truck, and the windows were all melty, and the headlights were gone, baby, gone.
You got a shot of the hood, the grill here.
Wait until you see the interior.
I’m saving that for a special moment.
Meanwhile, back on the intertoobs. Let’s do a little…
For Organic Foodies Everywhere ~ @ Eye Candy Popper – ECP’s Heirloom Tomato, Zucchini and Goat Cheese Stack. ECP is a French Canadian eco-blogger with a passion for healthy living. We share a love of tomatoes and locally grown food, among other things. Click on over.
For DIY Lovers ~ @ The Lettered Cottage – Layla’s Laundry Room Countertop and Reclaimed Wood Shelves. I’ve been reading Layla for a while. She has such a love for everything she does. And one of the things she loves best is repurposing salvage finds. I have lust in my heart for what she’s done with this old door. Shh. Don’t tell her. Click. On. Over.
For Writers and Other Multitaskers ~ @ Kristen Lamb’s Blog – Multi-Tasking vs. Multi-Focusing – Be Fruitful Not Busy. Kristen always dishes the tough love with a healthy dose of humor. As a writer, she’s one of my go-to reads. Click. Click. Click.
For Humor Lovers ~ @ WebDonuts – Mike Gruhn’s Twist. I never miss Gruhn humor. It lands in my mailbox every morning. Clickety click. And then click some more.
You know what to do. Meet you in the bar in 3…2…1…
6 thoughts on “Clost Shot Friday 069 and Feed Finds…”
Hey!!! Thanks for sharing one of my tomato recipes 🙂 I do love homegrown tomatoes! MMmmm…. I can’t believe the season is almost over!
My pleasure! I know just how you feel. Time to roast another pan!!
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Don’t worry about the burned out area. The car is what we see. And it’s a great old car and a great photo. Very nice, Elen.
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Okay. That’s good advice. Thank you, Otto! I’m happy you enjoyed the shot.
Cool car and shot Elen! I will check out some of those links.
Thank you! Enjoy the links.
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