Browsing the Past

by Dean Singleton August. 30, 2015 1409 views

Mostly buildings but all are connected to the past in one way or another.

Care for a little snort grandma?

Old Town Park, Dallas

Barn in Ovilla, TX

Ellis County Farm Jail

Old service station in Cedar Hill, TX

Farm house in the country west of Midlothian, TX

Barn in wheatfield near Glen Heights, TX

House in Bristol, TX

While it pays to take notes where you find these things, I didn't and can't for the life of me remember where it was.

This was in the same town.

Garage in Rosser, TX

Barn off Tx Hwy 67 not far from Alvarado, TX

House near Palestine, TX

Couldn't browse through the past without including this fence topped with boots. Both sides of the road for a couple of hundred yards were topped with them. All were worn out. Had to have been a community project of some kind down in the Texas Hill Country.

Another small log building this time down in the Hill Country.

Store in the Hill Country northwest of San Antonio.

Mule cart in a field in the Hill Country

Water station just outside of Palestine, TX

When the interstate passes you by a half mile you somehow get forgotten.

At least the flag was fairly new.

Water tower in Rosser, Tx.

Another view of the old garage in Rosser, TX

This was a mechanics shop in Rosser, TX

The corner house in Rosser, TX

Parted with Texas to get this shot in Peggy's Cove in Nova Scotia. One of the most photogenic places I can think of. I hope you enjoyed them.

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Brenda Nelson 4 years ago

(When we went to the NE US, we only got as far as St. John's, Canada, but the biking weather kept us from going on into Nova Scotia. Another time....

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Brenda Nelson 4 years ago

What a fantastic series of shots - I love all the old buildings which you captured so well. Last spring we rode the Texas Hill Country on our motorcycle and had a great time!

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Jay Boggess 4 years ago

Loved the series Dean! Bravo!

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