Saturday, December 6, 2008

Decisions...

This above shot is one of the roads we traveled down today...click to enlarge and enjoy.

I hit some of those magical keys that published this against my will. Every so often I manage to find the correct combination to do something, having no idea what I actually did.

Anyway, I have some decisions to make, and while they are not all that important in the overall scheme of things that really do matter, I still have troubles making them.

First, because of other happenings we actually got to go for a drive today... and I did get some photos I really, really liked and think you will enjoy as well. So choosing one to post, or one series is going to be hard.

Then I have been tagged for the 6 Random things about myself by Deborah over at The Cloud Messenger. I want to do it but not sure it will get done tonight. But I am thinking on it. It is one of those that I have seen before and thought would be fun, but was never officially tagged so never done it.

I have finally chosen pictures...I really thought the old truck I might should save for Sepia Scenes, but it just didn't work out as well when I tried it as some of the others so I am going ahead and posting it.

As you can see, we got a little more snow today. It was quite fun to be out in it, on the back roads of Parke County. We have driven all over that country up that way and today we were still on roads we had never been on before.

11 comments:

Rose said...

Not quite sure what keys I hit to publish this, but I hit some of those magical keys. I am working feverishly now trying to get the correct post together, so bare with me.

Tricia said...

One question, was the truck door already open? Someone left it open I'm assuming - that's strange! But cool shots - Poor ole truck looks like its seen its share of snowy seasons!

Thank you sooo much for reading and commenting on my post yesterday about Jilly - I truly appreciate your input! I don't want to involve lawyers at this point, mainly because of the cost and I've looked into grand-parents rights laws and it says I'd have to pay their attorney fees along w/ mine too. Now that they're divorced, I think I'm going to play by ear, keep in touch w/ Justin, and see what happens. Thank you again!

Pat - Arkansas said...

I'm glad it's you with the dusting of snow and not me. I really "go to ground" when it snows. The days of excitement and pleasure in being out in it have taken a back seat to worrying about falling. Oh, the concessions some of us have to make to old age!

Deborah Godin said...

Where to start! I just love these photos. The top one is so mysterious, you really captured it with the vanishing point, the marching telephone poles, and the atmosphere. I feel like I want to drive down that road, and yet, I don't want to "lose the view" either. And the old truck just made me smile; I see a lot of humor in it. I imagine it finally and forever quitting in an inconvenient spot and the driver getting out, not even closing the door, swearing at it and just walking away, fed up, and there it's sat ever since! Great post!

don said...

All are fine pictures! I like the dusting of snow...at your place! :-) The old truck is a natural for a sepia toned shot. In any case, it is a fine subject.

Leedra said...

Love the old trunk in the snow.

Neal said...

That old truck looks about like I felt this morning. :) I like all the shots. It's funny how I love snow shots but don't like snow. It's not the snow so much as it is how it makes drives stupid. As I told you last night someone ran over the stop sign at the end of our street. Anyone with common sense would have known it was really slick yesterday.

Mary said...

This is great! I like both the road and the truck shots. I like snow when it is in someone else's blog :-) We just had this same snow while over in Ohio...glad to be back home. Look forward to more of your photos! Your header is so pretty!

Carletta said...

Love this Rose!
It seems to strange to see those kind of telephone poles still in use. I was in the snow yesterday. It was the first time I've driven in snow in years. I was a little nervous but I loved being surrounded by the whiteness.
This old doorless truck is wonderful. I think it would have been a super sepia one. I actually have a truck for Thursday.
Wondering what six Random things you'll tell us. When I did that I had to really think to come up with something.

Your EG Tour Guide said...

GREAT choice of photos! The top one is absolutely BEAUTIFUL to my way of thinking. I really like it!

John said...

Lovely shots, love the first one.

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