Wow...old stuff!My Wordless Wednesday post is up too! :)
I LOVE the texture of this photo. Gritty and dirty and old...and I can't take my eyes off of it. You've reminded me why I loved my old pair of high-tops. I need to find a new pair...red this time.Hope you have a wonderful WW. I've posted my contribution here and hope you drop by for a look around:http://writteninc.blogspot.com/2007/12/wordless-wednesday-push-envelope.htmlAll the best...Carmi
Hi Ann -- I take it you found a treasure, under the stairs in your garage maybe?Anyway don't throw those pretty license plates away. I have several dust pans made from plates. Mine won't be used to pick up dust, they have hangers to be put on the wall...BTW, they were off Dad's car and pickup from back in the 60's.Happy WW! Thanks for the visit...
I love this photo. My kids give me a hard time because I like "old stuff". There are lots of treasures waiting to be found there. Thanks for sharing.Happy WW!
Memories of days gone by, eh?! Wonderful photo. Have a great WW! :)
Carmi said it best when she used the word "texture". This photo has it. Nice one!My WW is here. Happy Wednesday!
interesting collection!! love shots like this ... :)happy WWMy Wanderings ...
If I've told you once, I've told you a hundred times: CLEAN YOUR ROOM!Teehee ;PHappy WW!
Great photo! It has an antique look to it & appears to have lots of good memories :) Happy WW :)
Good to see those old plates. PA has always been good at promoting iself on its plates ("you've got a friend in..." "the keystone state"...), but these are far nicer than the computer graphics jobs that are out there now. Classic and bright! Great photo. I wish those sneakers could tell their story! Been a while since they had court time, I guess.
Cool!!Blessings, Beckie :o)
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That is a really great photo. Really. I love antique stuff anyway. These are the kinds of shots I am always looking for.Happy WWhttp://vixensden.wordpress.com
Great image! My purple Chuck Taylor's were my favorite shoes back in the day.operating agreement
I grew up in Pennsylvania -- so this photo tugged at my heart a bit with those old Pee-Ay license plates. And those old high-top "Connies" look like they've traveled as many miles as the license plates!Bobbie
Those shoes are awesome! I hope you don't throw them away!!! :-)
Cool picture! The comb is a nice touch :)
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