TEXTURES FOR A THURSDAY

TUESDAYS OF TEXTURE | WEEK 44 OF 2016


I know it’s not Tuesday. I know and I’m sorry, but Tuesday was a bit busy and Wednesday got full … so Thursday it is. I’m trying to not post more than three things on any day, two of them photography and one something written. I sometimes post a fourth thing if it’s time-sensitive and can’t wait. My statistics are taking something of a hit because, no matter what anyone says, you get more traffic if you post more. One post typically gets maybe 100 hits — on a good day. Four posts will get more than three hundred and occasionally, much more.

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I can’t keep up such a fast past forever — and I don’t want to. I want to own more of my time. To not feel as if “Serendipity” is my job. It was never supposed to be “work.”

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Self-discipline will get this blogging beast under control. Presumably.

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This is something completely different in the way of texture. Smooth. Shiny. Classic and … a lot older than it looks! It was parked next to us at the grocery store. As we were leaving, its owner showed up. He was clearly used to people taking pictures of his adorable truck and told us was from 1930. And obviously, it’s a Ford.

Unfortunately, beyond that, I don’t know what model truck it is. If you know, let me know!

11 thoughts on “TEXTURES FOR A THURSDAY”

      1. I wished with all my heart I could still take photos. I miss it, less now than before, as I’m more resigned to what is, and I suppose that is why I so enjoy your photos. They are real and capture essence, reality, structure, juxtapositions, the whole nine yards.

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      2. Looks like the truck may have been used by Bonnie and Clyde. Repairs and Paint job by Melvin Purvis, J. Edgar’s “Companion”.

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  1. What a beauty!
    You post 3 times a day and that has to be terribly time consuming. I don’t know how you do it. I’m struggling to get something original out three times a week.
    Leslie

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    1. Pictures are easy. Not counting processing time because I would do that anyhow … it’s part of being a photographer (even an amateur), I can put a photo post together in a few minutes. Writing takes a lot more time. A LOT more time and editing takes more. That’s why so many of my posts are very short.

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