Tuesday, September 4, 2007

In Days Gone By


I took this just over the Georgia state line in a place called Graham, Alabama. It looks like it might have been a busy place at one time but all that's there now is a convenience store on the corner opposite the tractors.

21 comments:

Tossing Pebbles in the Stream said...

I love the International Farmall crop tractors. Collector Items. I own a Farmall 200.

mrsnesbitt said...

Awwwwww tractors! My hubby would love this.
Love the sepia effect! Very evocative.

RUTH said...

Having the photo in sepia tones really lends to its enchantment :o)

inspired said...

great photo ;o]

JoAnn - NL "My digital eyes" :) said...

WOW dot!!!
This is a photoof my heart, just a view walking out of a "bonanza" movie, I like overall sepia and B&W photo's over natural, it depends of , whats the subject.

Is this a recently made photo? Or made a longer time ago? I'm just wondering...

Reaction at your Q asked on my blog: :)Yes ehhh I am a humorious person but I CAN be serious also, overall in a blog my style is humor, because thats all I can show...I am spontanious of character so... its not all NOT true what I show. I like to laugh thats honestly true.. :)

Bye see you :) JoAnn

david mcmahon said...

It's a tractor attracter!

USAincognito said...

Excellent picture! :) Like how you did it in black & white.

Nancy said...

Love this picture that looks like it could have been taken years ago.We have scenes like that all over our area.Looks so peaceful and quiet there.A good place to get away from it all for a big city dweller!!

Susan Kelly Skitt said...

I love shots like this! Makes you think of eras gone by:)

Blessings today!

Dick said...

It really looks like the old days.
I don't stop, I like blogging and the comments of other bloggers and their blogs. Thank you for visit my Norway-blog and your translation was good, we ALL got wet socks and the last slice of bread was for the bat. The blue sky is a view out of the airplane window.

T*mmy said...

Nice shot...my Hubby's family is from Ky by way of Alabama.
:)

PEA said...

I so love how modern cameras can now take Sepia pictures...I never think of using that option on my camera! lol Wonderful picture and it certainly does look like it could have been taken back in the early 1900's! xox

Annie said...

Gee, that looks so much like a little town in Arkansas that I drive through occasionally.

Annie said...

Dot I did forget. Thanks for the reminder. I am using the (Morning) Glory as my G word.

Lilli & Nevada said...

what a great photo and i love the color that you have for it.

Digital Flower Pictures said...

Well done. That looks like a vintage photograph.

UP said...

This reminds me of the small town I went to High School at in Western Kansas

kml said...

Beautiful job with the tractor photo! The sepia tone has the perfect effect!

Dirty Fingernails said...

what is sad, that looks like so many little rural Georgia towns.. great shot!!!

Sister--Three said...

Those tractors are called tricycles. Larry has several old farmalls. he loves them.

Andrea said...

I love old things. This is really a good picture.

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